This may be a series on my page about just the bullshit these guys will say and how they will try to fool you. I have done three posts about fake daddies already but they keep coming up with new things to try to fool women.
In the world of sugar, there are several names or terms for fake daddies or wannabes. I'm here to clear up any confusion or questions. I will be using the term Splenda or salt a lot but some of this can be true for scammers too. A lot of girls prefer online and some of this can be used for that so take this advice and apply it to what you want. Let's dive in—we have a lot to cover.
So as I go through my journey as a sugar baby and as a friend to some babies, I will always learn more so I may write several posts about one topic. I wrote one post already to give you the basics about salt or fake daddies (Filthy: "Salt Daddies and Fakes").
From birth to the end of our life journey we are bombarded with limitations. We are told how to behave, what to believe, how to live, who to live with and how to treat them. Conditions, conditions, conditions.
Individual Conflict Styles and Their Effect on Marriages
When someone truly loves you, they love you unconditionally and without restrictions. Their love is not dependent on how you look, how much money you make, or what you do for them. They love you simply for who you are on the inside, naked and bare.
Whether you are married or simply involved in a long-term, committed relationship, it is important to take steps to bond with your partner to keep the sparks alive in the relationship. After spending months or years together, couples often grow bored with one another and the relationship suffers as a result. Luckily, bonding as a couple is possible if you're not afraid to do the things needed to build that closeness with your partner. Start with the ideas below.
I have been with men and a woman who've been cheated on. It sucks, they accuse you of doing stuff that you haven't done, and it strains the relationship. I was with one guy when I had drinks with someone else. I didn't do anything wrong, it was just drinking. He thought I did something that I shouldn't have and broke up with me. I cried all night feeling horrible. I never told him all of the details about that night; he just assumed the worst.
Today's article addresses an email I received from a reader who wants to know what happened to overcoming anything through the power of love.
So a few months ago I got news that I was expecting about any one but the person that I got it about, if that makes sense. My ex-boyfriend had died too young. He wasn't taking care of himself, and well, just died. When it came to my ex-boyfriends dying I was sure one of my older ones would die first of old age in a few years, or that there would be a tragic accident with a few of them who have not made the best decisions. When it came to this ex-boyfriend, he told me he had changed his ways and that he was doing better, but of course he could have been lying, and this was a year before his death. I actually found out about his death on Facebook, because I was still friends with his roommate. He then asked me to call him so we could talk about it. Of course we talked and dealt with it the only way we knew how.
Have you ever wondered about that small voice or gut feeling you have sometimes? My story has a message and them both; a belief in God and a strong gut feeling got me through a rough situation without a warning. But that’s the way it’s supposed to happen. The message is simple, listen to your gut and that small voice when it’s strongly telling you to move from a bad situation.
I’m not even going to sugarcoat my thoughts on this.