Almost all married people and people in long-term relationships will tell you that they don't miss dating. Dating is full of drama, online dating has even more drama potential, and sugar daddy dating can be the most dramatic of all. At its worst, dating consumes lots of time, money, and energy without making you less lonely. These are some tips for people who want to find a sugar daddy or sugar baby without all the drama.
Avoid Overpriced Sugar Daddy Sites
Online sugar daddy dating can be very expensive, or it can be less expensive. There are plenty of free sugar daddy sites online, and some women even try to find a sugar daddy just by posting ads in the classified sections of newspapers or on classified sites that are not just for dating. Some online daters find free dating sites questionable and prefer to use sites with paid memberships, thinking that those are the sites for people who are really serious about finding someone. Be careful of sites that charge too much, though.
In dating, the antidote to any and all drama is to be honest and straightforward from the beginning. You cannot expect people to trust you if you are honest with them or if you play mind games.
No Girl Talk
Studies show that women who co-ruminate, that is, who have long conversations with other women about everyday minor problems, are much less happy than women who do not. If you are in happy in a relationship, enjoy the relationship and don't ruin it by gossiping about your partner. If you are in a new relationship, give it a chance to develop and use your own judgment about who the right person for you is. Don't let your friends second-guess your every decision. If your man compliments you on your red dress, don't immediately tell your girlfriends, because they will tell you he would like you better in a blue dress.
No False Accusations
It is common knowledge that betrayal of trust is one of the major reasons that relationships fail, and it is true that lying is one of the biggest ways to lose someone's trust. You can also lose your partner's trust, however, if you constantly accuse him or her or doing things that he or she did not do. If you do not trust someone even when that person tells you the truth, then why should the person bother to tell you the truth, anyway? Do not let jealousy ruin the trust in your relationship.
Do Not Fish for Compliments
Being around someone who needs constant attention and validation is exhausting. Do not constantly ask your partner if he or she likes your clothes, your cars, and your cooking, or if he or she thinks you speak English well, or else being around you will start to feel like a job.
Do Not Constantly Criticize Your Partner
When something upsets you, it is better to tell your partner instead of letting him or her wonder what is bothering you. At the same time, if you nag and criticize your partner about everything little thing, your partner will not enjoy spending time with you.