In the sugaring lifestyle, the languages of love explain how we understand the expressions of romance from others. There are four major components, and each of them being experienced within a mutually beneficial relationship.
Love Language 1: Words of Affirmation
A healthy arrangement is based on communication. Verbally discussing your needs is the first step. I always insist that couples discuss their needs prior to the initial meet, but during the first encounter the time to vocally affirm your goals for the relationship. Because sugar is so open and honest, Sugar Babies and Daddies have experience using their words of affirmation before the arrangement begins. Should it become more serious, the people involved already have a solid ability to use their words as a language of love.
Love Language 2: Quality Time
By “quality time,” I mean giving someone your undivided attention. I don’t mean sitting on the couch watching television together. Time is a precious commodity. We all have multiple demands on our time, yet each of us has the exact same hours in a day. We can make the most of those hours by committing some of them to our spouse. If your mate’s primary love language is quality time, she simply wants you, being with her, spending time.
Love Language 3: Physical Touch
We have long known that physical touch is a way of communicating emotional love. Physical touch is also a powerful vehicle for communicating marital love. Holding hands, kissing, embracing and sexual intercourse are all ways of communicating emotional love to one’s spouse. For some individuals, physical touch is their primary love language. Without it, they feel unloved. With it, their emotional tank is filled, and they feel secure in the love of their spouse.
Love Language 4: Receiving Gifts
Gift-giving is only partially about the material aspect. Receiving a gift means the other person was really thinking about you. They took the time to learn your sizes, valued your taste, and picked out something just for you. Those who speak this language find contentment in a partner who tangibly expresses their affection through generosity. Sugar epitomizes this mentality, and each person becomes closer when they share the appreciation and reciprocation of a gift.