6 Ways to Get What You Want From Your Older Man Without Giving Him What He Wants: Part 3

6 Ways to Get What You Want From Your Older Man Without Giving Him What He Wants: Part 3It is what it is.

Your sugar daddy wouldn’t be in a rela­tion­ship with you if he couldn’t han­dle the idea of hav­ing you as his gor­geous, much younger girl­friend. He also knows that all rela­tion­ships, no mat­ter how del­i­cate the kid gloves are, have their ups and downs.

Few things can get in the way of sex like a good, old-fashioned fight. Keep your argu­ments light; don’t make them too emo­tional. It could be seen as a sign of weak­ness, and you don’t want him hav­ing to come to your aid. That will just lead to make-up sex, which is what you’re try­ing to avoid.

Be thorny, not prickly. Make it triv­ial enough to get you a one– or two-night reprieve, but not so petty that he won’t bother par­tic­i­pat­ing in the argu­ment. And catch him off guard—sit casu­ally in a chair while watch­ing TV, look over at him, and lob a beef you’ve been hold­ing back on. Then stand up, with your hands on your hips, and leave the room. Since you only really care about the one side to the story, you don’t need to sit around wait­ing for his rebut­tal. Tell him that it is what it is, and that you need some time alone to think. That will really help drive the point home and if he’s smart, he’ll know to leave you alone for a while.

  • Mike Law­son

    Unload­ing on me and then leav­ing the room with­out let­ting me have my say, would go over once and only once. The next time we talked I’d tell her if it ever hap­pens again, it’s over. Part of being in a rela­tion­ship with an older mate entails show­ing you belong there– act­ing like a spoiled brat doesn’t get you there.