What Is A Mutually Beneficial Relationship?

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What does the term ‘mutually beneficial relationship’ reallyhmean? Mutuallyjbeneficial relationshipsnconsist of more than just hook-ups and casual dating. Instead, they are relationships where the parties involved benefit from the relationship beyond just physical satisfaction but in areas such as financial matters, psychological needs, leisure, and business. For example, a successful man provides his younger partner with benefits such as buying her expensive gifts or taking her on vacations in exchange of her love, beauty and companionship.

 

People tend to assume that a mutually beneficial relationship means Sugar Babies have to sell their bodies. NO; sex is not a requirement. Sugar Babies are not hookers.

You are NOT obligated to have sex.

Before you make a decision to jump into a mutually beneficial relationship, you need to find someone that agrees to your expectations. Some might still be confused with the term but worry not because we’re here to tell you everything you need to know.

 

5 Benefits of Being In A Mutually Beneficial Relationship

  1. Freedom

You won’t have the hassle of always keeping an eye on your partner’s whereabouts, who they areitalking to or even checkingion them. Such relationships are characterized whereby neither party asks if the other is dating someone else. You have your own lives and you are free to do anything you want but at the same time enjoy the benefits that the mutual relationship offers.

  1. No-Strings-Attached(NSA)

Both parties must keep their emotions in check. Neither person has an attachment to the other person, nor there are zero expectations for each person should behave. Being in a mutually beneficial relationship = no commitments.

  1. Financial Backing

You will gain a lot financially. Both parties have their needs catered without any commitments.

  1. No Dramas

We all know how dramatic normal relationships can get. The betrayals, the jealousy, the fights, where younget your feelingsihurt. For mutually beneficial relationships, such disappointments and dramas can be avoided because part of the deal is to have no commitments involved. No playing mind-games, no waiting, no restrictions. Therefore, you won’t have to keep tabs on the other person.

  1. Honesty

You don’t have to lie. There are no trust issues mainly because both parties are honest and open with one another.

 

What are YOUR thoughts on mutually beneficial relationships? Let us know in the comment section below!

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  1. Anonymous

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    id love a sugar daddy right now. i’m so broke and tired, a careere sounds tempting too but naw..

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  2. Anonymous

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    Sugar Daddies are hard to come across being an African American mixed male

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  3. lora

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    EVERY SINGLE sugar daddy tells me that he needs my account information so that way he can start putting me on weekly allowances. SERIOUSLY Am I supposed to trust them??? None of them will try to send me money another way, or pay in cash. Are these scammers? Please help, I am really new that this.

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  4. Flyguy

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    It isn’t that complicated. I gave my SB a simple envelope, with cash in it, every two weeks. As we are enjoying dinner, and while we are talking, I discreetly pull the envelope and hand it over to her under the table as I sit at an angle across from her, and I can touch her. It works, it is discreet, and she just simply puts it in her purse. We do not even talk about it or discuss it in any way. It has worked for her and me no issues. Just tell your SD to do it this way.

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  5. Kels

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    I’m looking for an SD. My dad is a lame narcissistic pervert ass. I’ve never done anything like this and I need some advice. I am smart and doing well in school, and I plan on being an accountant. I would give anything to not have to be tied down to my dad. What should I do?

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    • sugar with eyes wide open

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      If you are “smart” and “doing well in school” then you should get your accounting degree and get a job. Then you will be able to distance yourself from your dad. Sugar with your eyes open young lady

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    • REMYFIT

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      If you need help with bills, or you’re looking for an older man to be a Dad/mentor, then an arrangement could be fine. Just remember to keep up with school, and treat it as an outside fun activity. But don’t get dependent on it.

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  6. Ask Miss Dela

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    Appreciating the time and energy you put into this post and detailed information you offer. It’s actually a cool and useful piece of information. Great read!.

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  7. Yumiyumi

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    I am 20 yrs old girl and never been into relationships. I’m also an Architecture student and doin well in school. I tried to join this site bc I’m curious how is it like chatting with different people but this scares me at the same time. I actually want a relationship rn butttt I’m in need of money for my schoolworks and my parents cannot afford to provide them for me, architectureschool is sooo expensive ???? And I thought of joining this but I’m afraid of getting attach to men, sex in exchange for money. Help me pls

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    • Naomi B.

      Naomi B.

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      Hello Yumi, this is Naomi from TheSugarBook media team. First of all, welcome onboard 🙂 I understand you are still new to this and you are in dire need of money. What I can say is, you don’t have to be afraid, If you don’t want to have sex, its totally fine. No one can force you into it and you don’t necessarily have to have sex with these men in exchange for money. Some men look for companionship that’s all. Its called a platonic relationship. No sex involved. Give yourself some time and think about it. If you’re ready, we will always welcome you to join us 🙂

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  8. Bunny

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    I am not in dire need of money. I just wanted to have some fun n new experiences. This is my first time doing this sugaring, as a sugar baby, what do we have to do or need or charm so that sugar daddy attract to us n support us? Is it a requirement for every sugar baby to have certain charm to charm sugar daddy

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