You can imagine my surprise when I found out that my sugar baby is actually a trainee doctor.
I guess I’d never really thought about why so many young, attractive women become sugar babies, but when she told me I was intrigued and asked her to explain more—but first, let me tell you something about me.
I’m in my late 40s, fit and healthy and take great pride in my appearance. For the last 20 or so years I’ve devoted myself night and day to growing my import/export business to become a very successful enterprise. As a result, I’ve had little or no time to go through the long drawn out process of finding a long term partner or lover. Five or six years ago, a friend suggested I find a sugar baby on one of the specialised sugar baby dating sites to take care of and be my companion and lover: someone who could be there only when I needed her and not expect all of my attention all of the time.
This type of sugar baby arrangement has worked really well for me and I’ve always been happy to help younger women who are in need of some assistance with their general living costs or cost of running a car or tuition fees in order to get a qualification or degree to better themselves and get ahead in their career. In return, I have had the benefit of their companionship and attention.
When I met my current sugar baby, Sally, on one of the more famous sugar baby dating sites, I soon learned that she was a student but had no idea what she was studying. She is the ideal sugar baby for me: young, good looking and, naturally, very clever amongst other things. I think our relationship has developed beyond the usual sugar daddy/sugar baby type of relationship and I do have genuine feelings for her.
So, back to the point I started with… after I’d chatted to Sally on-line a few times and we’d already arranged to meet, I asked her what indeed she was studying. When she told me medicine, I was surprised that a young woman in her position would be looking to be a sugar baby. She explained that her family was not wealthy and that she had difficulties in meeting the high tuition costs involved in the many years needed to become a doctor - not to mention the general living costs associated in maintaining an acceptable lifestyle.
Sally is determined to qualify and become a successful doctor and, for my part, it gives me great pleasure to be able to help her through university and, of course, have a sugar baby as smart and as intelligent as she clearly is!