By Chloe | Published on May 05, 2017
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you’re caught up between your sweet vanilla boyfriend and your wonderful Sugar Daddy? Well girl, don’t sweat it. Because you are lucky to have both.
You might struggle a little in the beginning trying to find the balance between the both of them because you want to keep both of them happy. If you are ever in this situation, here are some advices to help you manage this relationship triangle :
KEEP IT HONEST
Your Sugar Daddy might just be a temporary thing or it might not. But still, you’re seeing another man. You shouldn’t do an injustice to your vanilla boyfriend. If you decide to start Sugaring, you should be honest with him and tell him about your plans. You shouldn’t hide it from. Imagine if he did the same to you. You and your boyfriend are in an exclusive relationship, you do not want to break the trust and have him feel betrayed. Unless you’re hoping to break the relationship.
I understand that its not a piece of cake telling your boyfriend about your Sugar life but you don’t want to put him in a position where he feels the need to compete with a stranger with money(and he probably doesn’t have any). If your boyfriend accepts and respects your decision, then good for you! But if he disagrees, the best thing to do is to stop seeing your Sugar Daddy if you want to keep your boyfriend.
One of the most vital components to creating a happy, healthy and fulfilling relationship is to set boundaries. Sit down with your significant partners and discuss boundaries that all of you could agree on. Both partners should know each other’s wants, goals, fears and limits. For example, you can let your SD know that you’re only looking for a platonic relationship since you’re already dating your boyfriend and you do not want to cheat on either one of them. He could hug you and take you out but you’re only there to be his companion. If something had no bearing on your relationship, there isn’t even a need to tell your boyfriend about it.
There will be situations where one weekend your SD wants to take you on a vacation while your boyfriend just wants to stay home and have a movie marathon. How do you split your time equally with each person? I’m sure there are times where you want to do one thing more than the other. The best thing to do is let them know that you appreciate it the times you spend time with either one of them. If you decide to go yatching with your SD, let your boyfriend know. If you decide to ‘’Netflix & chill’’ with your boyfriend at home and your SD calls, let him know you’re with your boyfriend. You’re not seeking for permission, you’re just informing him of your plans. Whether if its lavish experiences with your SD or romantic dates with your boyfriend, always put in the same amount of effort and never let any one of them feel less loved. Keep it transparent because it only takes so much effort to keep lying.