As a sugar daddy finder, you've started a dating trip with your sugar daddy and have been living with your sugar daddy several nights a week. But whatever you call it, it's the closest thing to marriage, and there are no vows. This is happening more and more frequently. The increase in cohabitation can be attributed to several factors, from improved economic and cultural acceptance to availability of birth control. Whatever the reason, more and more sugar daddies and sugar babies are choosing to live together without really considering all the pros and cons and the short-term and long-term impact on their relationship. While it's impossible to make an exhaustive list, here are 6 things we think you should consider before moving in with your sugar daddy.
Do you really want to get married? 75 percent of sugar daddies and sugar babies who live together say they want to get married, but some still don't. They love each other, but one or both of them may not be sure that marriage is relevant to them, or even a good idea. They may have grown up in a divorced family and don't want to go through this again, so they run away from the promise of marriage. But they often don't realize that these emotions also happen in real life, but more often. So they can't avoid harm, they miss some benefits of marriage. Studies consistently show that married couples are happier, more satisfied and have lower death rates than those who live together. Marriage also improves the well-being of women as well as men and children. We're not saying marriage is easy, but statistics show it may be easier than cohabitation.
Living together is a big decision, one that shouldn't be made without serious consideration. If you're thinking about living with your sugar daddy, we encourage you to take the time to think about it, weigh the pros and cons, and talk to your sugar daddy or even someone who isn't interested in the relationship. If you need someone to talk to, we are happy to sit down and listen and help you solve the problem that is best for you.
What if it doesn't work? For cohabiting couples, their standards are often a little lower than they would be if they were looking for a mate. While this may make it easier to get into a cohabiting relationship, it doesn't necessarily make it easier to get out. Sharing can make you homeless. Sharing possessions and pets can lead to worse breakups. Plus, if the relationship breaks down, it can lead to unexpected heartbreak. All of these things need to be considered before developing a relationship. Even though we don't think they're going to happen to us, statistics show they're likely.
Where are you going to live? Inviting someone into your space is a challenge. Are you ready to part with your wardrobe? How will they react when their workplace becomes your home office? Sometimes it's a good idea to find a new place where you can start over and build your daily life together. In this way no one has territorial awareness of his or her space. The challenge then is to find a new space, but also to plan, or at least think ahead, how you're going to deal with it if it doesn't work out.
Money, money, money, money This is one of the most important questions, and knowing your financial expectations ahead of time can make or break a relationship. In most sugar relationships, whether married or cohabiting, money is the number one source of conflict. What's more, most sugar babies choose to start sugar dating in order to get subsidy support, so money is very important for sugar babies. You need to know who pays the bills and manages the money. Do you halve the cost of everything -- groceries, nightlife, vacations and family trips -- or do you have other plans? The rent? Whose name is on the lease?
Do you want kids? Before moving in with your sugar daddy, it's best to start talking about kids early, especially when you consider that about 20 percent of cohabiting women get pregnant in the first year of moving in. So it's very important to talk about this first. After all, you might wonder if he'll stay, or leave you holding the baby, or face a miscarriage alone.
If any of you already have children, this increases the importance of making sure this is the right thing to do. Children need stability and security, so if children are involved, we suggest you consider it for longer than if you are the only one involved.
Why do you want to move in together? Have you discussed it? Do you see eye to eye? Couples, or rather sugar daddies, often see moving in as a test drive. They think living together will let them know if they are compatible with the potential sugar baby. For many people, they see the divorce rate, they think cohabitation can help them avoid this fate. We hear more from most sugar daddies. "You won't buy a car without a test drive," they say. If they don't like the test drive, what is the return policy? The problem is not just with the test drive message, but with research showing that couples who live together before marriage are actually more likely to divorce than those who don't. So it's more like a test drive before you rent a car than it is like buying a car.
When discussing why you want to move in together, it's important to be clear and honest about your expectations. Many times, women see cohabitation as the next step toward marriage, while men may see it as more frequent sex, half the rent and someone cleaning up after them. We know these are stereotypes, but the truth is that if you don't see eye to eye on why you're moving in together, you'll both end up frustrated.
If you've decided to move in with your sugar daddy and are reconsidering, we'll be waiting for you here, too. The bottom line is, we care about you, and we want you to have healthy relationships. Until then, we want you to have a sweet sugar date, so join some reliable sugar daddy dating sites and choose the perfect one.Read Other Blogs