Sugar daddies must be generous, so some disposable income.You also need to understand that these aren't regular relationships, which is great for many men.I can imagine it would be quite daunting for someone barely 20 who has been making ends meet as a sugar baby. If you decide to keep this child, you’ll be the parent.And the “relationship” you thought you had with your sugar daddy is over. You can read about me here, peruse the archives here and read popular posts here.My sugar daddy doesn’t defend me and he sneaks off and hangs out with his kids and ex-wife all weekend and ignores me and then comes home expecting me to forgive him and be OK with it, and now tonight he didn’t come home and he’s at her house, which I know because I drove by. I really want to keep my baby, but I don’t want to be a single mother. Before all this happnened we had the best relationship. Do you think his ex is using the 5-year-old daughter to keep him or what? My mom said to act like I don’t care and he’ll come back to me. How do you know for sure he’s even divorced and no longer in a relationship with his ex-wife?
Really, the last thing you should be worrying about is how to get your sugar daddy “back.” What you think you had isn’t real.It's the spark, that spontaneity before they settled down.Where mistresses try to steal husbands away from the home, Sugar Babies try to fulfill what's lacking so that husbands will stay with their wives. Have you had to open up your schedule due to a change in his?For all intents and purposes, you will be this child’s only parent.That is a huge undertaking and investment for anyone. If you have a relationship/dating question I can help answer, you can send me your letters at I have had a sugar daddy for the past two years. His ex-wife found out and kicked him out so he’s been staying with me and we got a very nice house together. Well, his ex harrasses me — tells me to kill my baby, etc. I’ve been going crazy on him yelling, screaming, crying, and he just doesn’t seem to care.