How to train your sugar daddy at the beginning?

After a bad date, you may find that sugar daddy is not as good as we thought. But training your sugar daddy from the start will make your relationship more enjoyable.

Like a child, sugar daddies will try things here and there to push your boundaries, just to see when and if you’ll cave in. So it matters that you stand your ground on the things that are important to you. In this article, I’ll give you an example of how I train an SD to respect my time.

Suffice it to say that this "training" actually applies only to minor problems with SD that are otherwise perfectly compatible. Trust me, your best bet in this situation is if he can't compromise, move on.

If a person cancels at the last minute on a first date, don't reschedule with him unless he does something to express his sincere apologies for wasting your time. Ignore all late night text messages until the next morning. If he texts late in the afternoon and wants to go out in the evening, you can say you wish you could, but you have pilates and so on. You wish you had more attention, but you're really looking forward to your next date with sugar daddy.

If he wants to be a part of your life, he needs to treat you the way you deserve to be treated. Receiving your response late at night is a reward worth fighting for, not just for everyone you meet. Dropping your commitment to go out should be an exception, and only apply to established SD's with very special plans.

It is important to note that there is no confrontational or passive-aggressive behavior. Understandably, he may have to cancel and understand that. But after that, he must take the next step -- and do it well. Give him a chance to correct his mistake and share your feelings in a polite way that I can't wait to see you when I'm free.

Respect my time

One of the big complaints (and one of my pet peeves) circulating in the sugar babies community is that many SDs think we can be on call. While I know that part of the arrangement is based on convenience, there is a clear line between a flexible schedule and one built around SD.

This is important because the way he views your time is a direct reflection of his respect for you. If he calls you at 10 p.m., hoping you'll make a booty call, guess what... If he calls you at 4:30 in the afternoon and wants you to meet at five o 'clock at a happy hour, he's not going to think much of you.

If he's more than half an hour late for an appointment, or he's sneaky or cancels at the last minute, then guess what -- he doesn't like you. The best and most effective way to train him to respect your time is to teach him (or show him) behavior you don't allow.

The practical application

This applies to any behavior you don't like. Understand, but don't let the things that are bothering you happen many times without a quiet attempt to correct the behavior. These tips may seem silly, but they send a strong message: with or without him, you have a life and commitment that you value and intend to follow through with.

This is just one example - there are many other areas where you can show sugar daddy how to treat you the way you deserve to be treated.