How To Make Your Sugar Daddy Feel Happy, Devoted, And Lucky To Be With You

“Any Sugar Baby before me was a mistake & any Sugar Baby after me is a downgrade.”

I spend a LOT of time talking about, thinking about and writing about Sugar Daddy dating.

I’m a sponge for new information and I’m always trying to find better ways to empower you to make healthier Sugar Daddy relationship decisions.

What should YOU do to be a great partner to a Sugar Daddy?

Maybe the answer lies in thinking more like a Sugar Daddy.

I suggested this a few months ago, via a post title “Why Should a Sugar Daddy Date You?

What do sugar daddies really want? What makes them want to provide you with the things that you want?

I can’t speak for every man, but I think we can agree on a few things.

Men want sex.
Men want excitement.
Men want freedom.
Men want to be accepted.
Men want to be left alone.
Men want to not have to explain themselves.
I think these are generally good descriptors of male needs.

So, how adept are you at giving him these things?

Simply put, the women who make the best Sugar Babies are the ones who are attentive to their sugar daddies needs. You can have one awesome relationship with Sugar Daddy, just by respecting his need to be a man.

Post your question below

Comments 19

  1. Jezebel LeFleur

    To make your SD feel lucky to have found you cater to his wants and needs willingly. Become his oasis from the stress of life. That’s the key to keeping a SD around for the long haul. It’s also the key to unlocking his generosity.

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      Taylor Jones

      Exactly! You want to position yourself as being indispensable to him. This will set yourself up for long-term success.

      1. Jezebel LeFleur

        It’s so easy to get stuck worried about “me” and “my needs/wants” once that happens he will begin to feel unwanted and used and end the arrangement. I agree that you need to convince your sugar daddy that your indispensable to him otherwise he will look else where for comfort and once that happens his generosity is surely to become off limits to you.

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          Taylor Jones

          To many Sugar Babies focus on the instant gratification and what they can get from their potential Sugar Daddy and come across as they are entitled to this lifestyle just because they label themselves a Sugar Baby and get upset when setting up an arrangement is going their way. If all Sugar Babies can answer this question: Why Should a Sugar Date You? They will be ahead of the game!

  2. Shawna Temple

    Wonderful post and comments.

    My Sugar says that he’s so excited that I accept him. He has a hobby that he’s cultivated his whole adult life. His wife despises it. I make him feel comfortable talking about it and it’s worth. When we are together, I make him feel like the sun rises and sets on his little butt. He feels that I am his only intimate connection. I am indespensible to him.

  3. Jessica

    Just wanted to say excellent blog! Thanks for the info Taylor.

  4. Victory

    Great tips, please I need help. I have been with my sugar daddy for almost a year now. The problem is that we started out the relationship without defining terms because I was naive. Now I am not getting what I need from the relationship because he has seen my naivety. How do I change things .

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      Taylor Jones

      Hey Victory, I sent you over an email directly from my “Want SB Success” form. Let’s continue the conversation and see how I can help you if we are the right fit.

  5. Fay

    I have an etiquette question as I’m new to being a sugar baby. I’m currently in a very bad financial position. I have been talking to my sugar daddy for a while and he’s offered a very generous allowance for meeting with him every weekend. Our first meeting is very soon and I want to look perfect for him, as his generosity deserves. I don’t have the money to get my nails, hair, eyebrows etc done for our meeting. Is it ok to ask for a small amount before we meet so I can get these things done? He is very very rich and I think he’d prefer me to look perfect, but I don’t want to come across sketchy for asking for money before we even meet.

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      Taylor Jones

      By getting your nails, hair, and eyebrows done for him doesn’t help your financial situation. You need money, but you would rather him give you money that doesn’t help your situation. So, why focus on that? If you haven’t been getting your hair, nail, and eyebrows done after all this time than what have you been doing to keep yourself up? As that would be something to look into. You can do your own hair, and you can tweeze your own eyebrows.

  6. Mars

    Brand new brown sugar babe here. I’m 20. I come from nothing and asking for something is damn difficult. In a week i’ve spoken to at least 50 men, have 50 more messages, and 10 are asking me things like, “What am I seeking?” “What do I expect from my sugar?” “What are my needs?” I wrote down everything I want. I know I’d like to juggle a few daddies because I want different things, but I just don’t know how to say it in an eloquent and concise manner without seeming entirely self-centered. I know the Sugar Bowl is for me. It has lots of things I love that are usually frowned upon. Vanity, money, sex. I just don’t want to lose my steam due to rejection or speaking too soon. For reference, here are a couple true life examples:

    *These are all within the first day of texting

    “So what are you seeking?” My response: To be spoiled and experience a new lifestyle. Something open, honest, and mutually beneficial that exceeds both of our needs while we adore and enjoy the heck out of each other.
    His response? “I guess that can work.”

    This guy asked me in 3 different ways what I wanted, I just about lost my shit and asked if my messages were coming over in Korean. He seems like a sweetheart tho:
    “What do you expect from me as your sugar?” My respo: I expect you to appreciate me and value my time as I do yours. I would hope you be honest and up front with what you’re looking for so that we actually have the opportunity to enjoy one another.. I do want to be pampered and spoiled but i’m also just as interested in sharing time and learning from you, not just spending your money.
    His response was lengthy and while he said he isn’t interested in something serious he wants love, care and attention. Sounds like something I get more for.

    That was so long, I do apologize. Your wisdom is greatly appreciated.

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      Taylor Jones

      I assure you that you are not the only one who gets stumped with not knowing how to respond to those types of questions. And to understand how to respond to those questions is to understand what you are doing to begin with. After all, why would the other person want to provide you with what you are seeking if they don’t even know you. It’s a trick question. Would you give yourself the very thing you seek from someone you don’t know? I’m going to go out on the limb and say NO! Perhaps this resource that I have will help: http://sugar-baby-game-changer.thesugardaddyformula.com/

      Btw, do you have my book? If not that would be a good place to start to understand what you are doing to better address your approach on how you would go about addressing that question.

  7. Nancy

    I have not had sex with my sugar daddy before but we will do it soon. And I need money from him but I don’t know how to ask him for big money and have a good sex with him that will turn his head. Pls tell me how to achieve that. Thank you

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      Taylor Jones

      Why not just ask him and accept the fact that if you are having sex in exchange for money it’s not different from escorting if you are going that route. If the issue is not knowing how to ask for what you want and being able to communicate it without leveraging sex. Perhaps we should talk to see how I can help you.

  8. abena

    please I need some help. I have been with this sugar daddy for almost a year now. We started out the relationship without defining terms. I was naive. And now I am not getting what I need from the relationship because he has seen my naivety. How do I change things .

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      Taylor Jones

      How serious are you? After all, you have been with him a year. Why would he want to provide you with the very thing that you want when you keep coming back to him with what he is currently doing for you. There is no benefit to him to provide more. You would have to re-establish your worth and have him want to. Not sure how? Perhaps we should talk and see how I can help you with doing it.

  9. Leila

    Hi Taylor, I’m not by any means innocent but I’ve wasted the better part of my late teens and early 20s running after boys and regular men for dating and secured relationships. My needs have never once been met or satisfied and I’m now considering this route paired with a preference for older men anyway. There is someone lined up but as I’m very new to this I don’t know how to navigate the conversation that well enough so it’s clear that I want a mutually benefitting affair and that I would love to hold my end of the deal if he’s willing to keep up financially; the worse part I don’t know how to initiate a price point or what guide to even follow for pricing… I’m using my expenses for now. In messages we’ve got as far as laying down the idea so he gets it and I get it too, he’s however a bit pushy and gave me the impression he’s looking for a quick fix plus he hasn’t talk about money. Should I keep looking?
    Your advice is much needed. Thank you!

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      Taylor Jones

      Hey Leila, it’s not so much whether you should keep looking. As you’ll be faced with the same issue. What’s that issue you might ask? It’s understanding how to set the foundation to a “mutually beneficial arrangement” to begin with. Everyone is a bit different on how they decide to navigate this lifestyle. You are here for a reason. And if you are unsure of how to communicate your needs/wants to someone, and having them see you as worth it…well… needs to be address. There are no magic words here. You first have to understand what you are wanting. And from that focusing on who would be ideal. You’ll have to attract a person who is in a position to provide that very thing you seek and when it comes to having someone help with their financial generosity. They would have to have that disposable income. And the next step is being able to communicate that. This isn’t the sort of thing that I can tell you in a few sentences and off you go. I would have to understand how you are approaching this and how you are engaging with someone and other working parts that go hand-in-hand. If are you interested on seeing how I can help you if I can. Perhaps we should talk to see what that would look like.

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