How Do You Deal With Sugar Daddy Rejection?
There is simply no amount of training or practice that can prepare one for rejection. It hits different every single time and it tests one's will and level of endurance time and time again. It particularly hits different as a sugar daddy because, upon the beginning of a sugar daddy relationship, one the last things that will ever cross your mind is the possibility of it ending. You're heady. You feel good. You are having the time of your life and you feel your sugar daddy is lucky to have you. But one fact that is often overlooked is that not unlike regular relationships, events beyond your control certainly do happen and you see incidences whereby after a period of time, your sugar daddy simply loses interest.
Welcome to real life, honey.
A very good analogy on how best to conquer this is in fishing. A fisherman doesn't just focus on getting when fish when he sets sail to fish. He takes a traveler or a humongous net and casts it as wide as possible to trap as many as possible. This helps because you will have a wider range of potential Daddies and would not feel rejection as deeply because you know there are many others to pick from.
It is important to establish the fact that no matter how many sugar Daddies you have lined up, you will still feel a certain degree of pain and hurt at being rejected. Rejection is an ego thing and everyone, no matter how carefree will gave said ego pricked. What then matters is your ability to pick your self up and dust yourself off and move on. It's all part of a process which you'll be better off knowing and perfecting then being bodied. Rejections will come, it's best you get used to it.
When you have been rejected for the first time, it is important to take time off, preferably to yourself to build your self-esteem. To put it bluntly, you can't succeed in sugar daddy dating if you have no self esteem. You are bound to be exposed to a plethora of men of varying characters who will test your resolve and make you tap into your inner strength reserve. Hence it is important.
Taking time to let off some steam also helps, because rejection often brings anger. How could he? Who does he think he is? Am I not enough? These thoughts are bound to arise, and the best thing to do is to cool off and allows yourself gain some measure of calm. It certainly is not the end of the world and you Wil certainly bounce back.
It will also help to contact people with experience in the matter so as to gain some tips on how to successfully get over it and recover in exceptional fashion. There is no harm in showing that initial vulnerability. What's important is how well you deal with it.