I met this man at Starbucks and we started chatting...well he gave me his number and said he would love to hang with me. Well we have been out twice and he told me on our second date that he was married. I was very pi$$ed! He text me later and said that I was amazingly beautiful and he was OK not having a relationship with me...he said he just wanted a sugar daddy/sugar baby relationship and he would help me out financially. I was shocked! He offered me $8,000 a month...
This sounds really bad...but I am very tempted...What would you girls do? I have been to his house and she has already moved out...I just need advice!
Thanks for the help guys!
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I would not be interested in this arrangement on so many levels.
So, if they are separated and divorcing and he is not hiding you or his dating, that is a personal decision about whether you want to date a man going through a divorce or whether you believe he is being honest.
As far as having a financial arrangement for a casual sexual arrangement, that would never work for me. I am all about an emotional connection and attachment with a man and would never want to be paid to play.
For those that think this sounds like a great deal, consider some of the downsides: 1) What if he is being dishonest about his finances and this is just a bunch of BS to get you into bed 2) What are you going to do with yourself when he is not around? It's not like you can date because what self-respecting man would ever want to know he is dating a kept woman? So, you end up with companionship only upon your benefactor's schedule. Worse, you will probably be put in the position of leaving your schedule open and unavailable to make plans with friends or do other things because this guy will expect you to be available at his whim since he is paying you for your company. 3) What happens when he ends this at a moment's notice? If you put career and your life on hold, all of a sudden you are left trying to figure your life out when you have become accustomed to being taken care of. And who in your life would you have to talk this over with? I think your family and friends may be less than compassionate for you.
So, yes, I would never do something like this.0