How to know when to get out of sugar dating

Interesting question isn’t it?  How would a man or woman involved for a certain amount of time in sugar dating know when it is time to get out of sugar?  The answer could be as varied as the reason why people go into this type of dating, so there isn’t a single right answer that will suit everyone.  I started thinking about this because I received an email from a reader of my book ‘Sugar Daddy Diary’ who, after reading my reasons for exiting this lifestyle, was wondering when he should call it quits. Here are a few general reasons I can think of right away:

1.  You are a 40+ year old man who has done this for a few years, and while it is fun and entertaining to meet all these younger women, it does get a bit tiring.  I mean, how many nice dinners and activities (of all kinds) can you tolerate with random women before just simply getting bored?  And, unfortunately, it does get boring. Like most things in life. What are you going to do after you have visited twice the top 15 restaurants in your city already? Have bedded 50 women?  Sure there is always more to do and more women to meet, but I think we can agree its boring after a while. Or maybe I just have adult ‘ADD’ and need to thing  to keep my attention

2.  You were divorced after a few years of marriage and you wanted to play the field like you did when you were younger. So you fooled around for a while just to bring back the old memories and you dated some women 10 or more years younger than you. Now that has run its course and you ready to have a relationship again, this time with someone closer to your age.  You know this happened to me only the opposite way. When I was 26 I was seeing this 42 year old divorced woman. You know Italians are horny, so she taught me a lot :) But, alas, she decided she wanted to get into a real relationship. So she ditched her younger boyfriend (i.e. David)  for a 50 year old man. Go figuh! And at that time I literally had six pack abs. But clearly she wanted more, and that was fine.

3.  And now, here comes the worse motivation to get out.  This happened to an acquaintance of mine, and he told me this over drinks one day.  After spending too much  time and money of course with these ladies, his business life suffered, he wasn’t spending enough time at the office and his business went belly up. So he was forced out of the sugar life.  I always kept saying to people that the sugar life is very addicting with the nice men and women, fancy restaurants, money, parties etc. It is easy to forget and neglect what is really important.  I hope who ever reads this, whether a man or woman, never makes that fatal mistake.

Next time, I will deal with this topic from the girl’s standpoint.  And of course, if a sugar baby wants to chime in with her opinions and stories just drop me an email


SD David



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2 Responses to How to know when to get out of sugar dating

  1. Elle says:

    I quit sugaring when I realized I had met someone (closer in age) that wanted to be serious with me. I felt that it would be foolish for me to let him go just to keep the sugar life. My boyfriends goals and ideas are very similar to mine. While the sugar life is sweet, I feel like I can accomplish the lifestyle with our own money in the near future (my boyfriend is a doctor and I am a law student).

    I still do keep in touch with my SD because he is basically like a mentor and a friend to me.

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