How do you know the baby isn’t a client’s? If you’ve had sex with a client in the last two months, it could be his. I hope this isn’t your only source of income and that you aren’t depending on it to help raise your baby-to-be. If you are, you need to figure out something else very quickly. Your arrangement with your sugar daddy is not going to continue as normal. It’s a matter of weeks before he will know you’re pregnant – depending on your size, you could start “showing” by the end of your first trimester — and it’s likely he won’t want to continue “companioning” with you at that point. And even if he does, it’s very likely that you won’t want to. But since you asked, here’s a script: “You may have noticed that I look a little different. That’s because I’m pregnant.” And then you wait for him to tell you how he’d like to proceed since he’s the paying customer and it’s not up to you to decide what his response should be.
I want him to make me feel special by saying what he loves about me or what he sees in me that makes me special and not by using a copy-pasted paragraph that he posted about the last girl. Do men even try anymore? He should know enough about me to know what it is about me that makes him love me as he claims he does. If he’s just gonna recycle the same lines, I’d rather him not post anything about me at all. It’s embarrassing to have your boyfriend say the same thing about you that he said about the girl he dated before you. If you can’t see that I’m worth more than that generic fake robot shit, why am I even dating you!? — Sunflower Girl
I mean, I guess some people would ask why you’re relying on what he says about you on social media to make you feel special. If he’s not doing or saying anything offline to make you feel special, you have a problem. Of course there are men who notice the differences among women, and who celebrate those differences and acknowledge what is special about the particular ones they choose to love. If you don’t feel yours is doing that and you’ve talked to him about it without anything changing, then he either doesn’t think you’re special or he doesn’t have a clue how to express his feelings in a way that doesn’t seem totally generic. Either way, it doesn’t sound like he can meet your needs and that you should MOA.
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