My older lover makes a great sugar daddy. He’s attentive, caring, and always gives me everything I want and need—as in what I need outside of work. But since he’s also my boss, our relationship has caused several issues, as you can imagine. Is it worth it to get involved in an office romance with someone you work with, especially if he is your superior? With any sugar daddy relationship, there are pros and cons, but with a coworker there are far more things to consider.
Meeting a sugar daddy at work can be really easy. I mean, you get plenty of time together working at least 40 hours a week in the same office. Plus, you already have a shared interest—you also have something in common to talk about. But there’s also a downside. Some couples don’t want to constantly be around each other 24 hours a day, and when you work together all day, it can lead to frustration outside of work in your relationship.
Finding your sugar daddy at work can also be good for your career, like a possible pay raise, or more perks. Of course, if your coworkers catch on to your relationship or sense favoritism, this can cause rifts in the office. It can also be damaging for your relationships with other colleagues. Your friends at work may be fine with you and your superior hooking up in the beginning—excited for you even—but you may find that they start getting jealous because they regard any praise or special treatment you receive as unfair. They’ll think you only got it because you’re sleeping with the boss, not because you earned it professionally. This can work the other way too. They might think that you only work as hard as you do because you want to impress the boss, not because you really care about the job.
It doesn’t just end there. There’s one other big way that coworkers can get in the way of your at-work sugar daddy, and the consequences can be a lot worse than some hurt feelings…