How to break up with your sugar baby

This is tricky, because it’s not easy to break up a relationship anyway, whether it’s a real life one or a sweet one. One would think that it is easy to break a sugar relationship since it is, by definition, an arrangement, meaning no strings attached. And that course is understood from the beginning of the relationship.

Via email?

Generally, you might say over email or text, “Hey, I’m sorry honey, this deal isn’t working for me anymore, so I need to break it.” Or you could say that you got back together with your wife/girlfriend/boyfriend. All of the above happened to me personally, when the SBs I was watching at the time found another SD, or just decided to get out of the sugar life. Other times, my emails and texts were totally ignored, even when the make-up part, as well as the sexual part of the relationship, was going very well. Ignoring is the worst way to end, of course most human beings need some kind of closure, good or bad, especially if a relationship has lasted 6 months or more.

But of course, in this age of texting and Facebook, it’s very easy to start a relationship, but also to break it in an instant. So technology is cool, but not in this case.

I usually like to break up in person or over the phone, especially if it was a long-term relationship. I feel like one needs to give at least some kind of respect, even if that is getting old fashioned. hmm i guess i am old fashioned…

But in person?

And before I wrap up, one more thing I learned from one of my old mentors: If the relationship has been going on for a long time, say 6 months or more, it makes a lot of sense to break it off in person, and give the SB a generous gift to share.

This way they go off as friends and it also has the added benefit that if she’s the type to seek revenge or blackmail, this parting gift may soften her stance or make her reconsider altogether.

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