Is He a Man-Child or a Sugar Daddy?

Choose Between Passion and Stability

It can be difficult to find a man, much less find one who actually fits your needs. Our psychics dispel confusion on how to distinguish two characters that you may or may not want to entangle yourself with—the man-child and the sugar daddy.

Cameron ext. 5412 says, “A man-child is a boy at heart. He’s a man in the world, but loves to play, is spontaneous and is always looking for adventure. A sugar daddy wants to protect you, maybe a little too much sometimes. Both men can be wonderful, or impossible.”

Shauna ext. 9010 explains, “One is someone who has a desire to save and conquer, the other has enough money to create his own environment that supports you but also protects him. This type of relationship is a departure from custom. It can be harmful, if control and exploitation is involved or there is manipulation, possessiveness or game playing.”

So which do you choose, if either, and where does passion and stability factor into the equation?

Maryanne ext. 9146 believes that, “If we don’t get in a hurry to choose and stay open to all of the good things the universe will bring to us if we allow it, there won’t be a necessity to choose between passion and stability as the best relationships offer both… Insofar as how you decide who is the right man, two tried and true phrases definitely apply: 1. Taking our time to know someone for all four seasons will let you know who he is under stress, at holidays, with his family, with your family, etc. and 2. It’s really true—one day you will ‘just know’ and it will feel different from all of the others.”

Getting away from the stereotypes and really digging into how to find a great match for you, a few more psychics gave us their advice.

Lacy ext. 5494 says, “Keep pushing until you find that one person that is absolutely perfect for you, because he IS out there. Sure, we have to go through a sea of bad ones, hurt, humiliation, failure and heart break to get to him, but when you find him, he is perfect. DO NOT SETTLE.”

Kayley ext. 5191 adds, “If the exchange of energy is uplifting and lasts a significant amount of time – say, a week or more – then GO FOR IT!”

Whatever you choose, make sure it’s the best choice for you at this time. If you can’t figure out which way to go, call a psychic. They can see the path you’ve walked and where you’re headed. They see things in a different and clear perspective that can help you find the right person for you!

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21 thoughts on “Is He a Man-Child or a Sugar Daddy?

  1. mandy

    IVE BEEN WITH A SUGAR DADDY FOR WHOLE OF HS AND NOW UNIVERSITY. THEY R INDISPENSIBLE, LOVING CARING, PASSIONATE, SO DONT U DARE .MANDY

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  2. kathy anthony

    another thing i would like to say that a may dec relationship are for holly wood people. women so much younger are gold diggers and from reading pass comments i guess a man child is a good description. i was with a man 7 yrs older and thought i would be treated well because of that. stayed 27 yrs never married. do not get a cent from him and i would guess she gets it all for favors in return. i like what dr phils philosophy is MAN UP! but unfortunely some never do but im not a cynic either. there are some very good men out there too. girls just watch for the red flags and honesty.

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  3. kathy anthony

    i believe a man who dates or lives with a woman 26 yrs younger is definitely her sugar daddy what would they have in common there couldnt be too much passion if shes 45 and hes 71 with health problems in 10 yrs he will be in those walk around diapers and shell be his nurse GOOD LUCK not exactly what i would call true love

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  4. vivian

    Man-Child is exactly what my daughter had married. I tolerated him due to the marriage. He’s all talk but cannot step up to the plate to let military boot-camp make a M-A-N out of him. She has been told that he sounds like a child-tone-response like voice when being talk to over the phone. He lasted 8 days in military boot-camp and says that it was “HELL” during his short stay in boot-camp and I strongly believed that he pre-planned his medical problems a few days arrivial at military boot camp—nobody whom lives and born in ARIZONA whines up a few days in military boot camp of being severly dehydrated to the point of being wrapped in foil and pnemonia set in due to weaken immune systen brought on by the dehydration and for him to think that he has an cavity due to having just 10 minutes to the sink per soldier (while in boot camp). That Man-Child made himself sick to get out of boot-camp and I support my daughter’s decision to give him a divorce and let some other female get have his problems. HIS MOTHER/OLDER RELATIVES REALLY DID A NUMBER ON HIM MENTALLY. I I tried to give him a short raising on norms way of life thinking but it went out of his brains when he got to boot-camp and now I know why his Uncle stated that he will not make it in military boot-camp regardless of my giving him positive advice plus he does not take in authority “to be told” or yelled at or repeated training. If it wasn’t for his wife doing his on-line college course, he would not have been able to join the Military for his Mother did home schooling since he was in first grade and he got his GED but neeeded 15 hours of College credit to compensate for a Regular High School Certificate so with all that college course test his wife did for him so for him to have a military career witha solid foundation job compared to the outside jobs—all her effort went in vain(his wife resently got her BA Degree and into the Master Degree Program working towards a Ph Degree and she DOES not need to re-raise a Man-Child with its problems.

    To all the womans out there, STAY AWAY FROM A MAN-CHILD, their minds CANNOT be re-vamped, your effort will be all in vain—I AM A WITNESS TO SUCH.

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  5. Kathy

    Kayley, please!! A week is NOT “a significant amount of time.” I hope that’s a typo. That’s as bad as jumping into bed the first hour. And, Heidi, to think that the man who is “stable” (i.e. has money to support his family) is not going to be good in bed is a defeatist attitude. Surely you don’t think money or a lack thereof is a measure of passion? Lacy says it best: Don’t settle. It is better to be alone and happy with yourself than married and miserable. He IS out there for you, but your dreams and plans may not be what the Greater Scheme has in mind for you. Surrender to the Spirit. You will be taken care of.

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  6. Janet

    Iam so excited by this e-mail i would like you all to know how i feel exactly!!!! Do you have esp or what!! i feel like you have been reading my mind especially lately. I would love to
    talk to all of you but as of right now i do not have any funds to spend but please be assured the minute i do you all will be the first i spend some with!!!!

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  7. Lisa

    I enjoy reading most of the articles about love and relationships because it helps me think about what I want and what is good and right for me. I know that there is that someone special out there for me I just have not met him yet. Thank you

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  8. esther kwata

    Man-child or sugar daddy is directed to me cos I have been in a confused state for quite sometime now ,but after going through this piece I am now convinced that I can make a better decision n live happily ever after.

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  9. laurel

    As the saying goes like attracts like a woman child man child and a dependant child a sugar daddy really the answer lies within yourself as to what aspects of yourself you want to strengthen and what you want to submit too. And like a osillating fan it is back and forth until you make a conscious desision and follow it. paying close attention to your outside influences and strong pull of the comfort zone that will pull you back in if your not resolute and firm in your choice.No matter the money man needs to be respected and handled with kid gloves he doesnt like to lose to the manchild as he feels entitled kind of like a manchild with money but no youth.This my experience anyway.

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  10. j a

    a middle/old age man that supports a significant young woman in their life. Possibly sexual favors can be a reward for the sugar daddy’s help or it can be done voluntarily

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  11. j a

    Older males are in their money making prime And young women are in their money needing prime and beauty prime. These three primes often converge creating the secret underground “older man being financially generous to beautiful younger woman” situation.

    The idea that all sugar daddies are rich is a stereotype and cliche. That’s like saying “all johns are rich”. Fact is, sometimes all a poor or needy female wants is for you to help her provide food and basic things for her children she can’t afford or maybe help her afford cable television or an education or… just a place to live while she gets on her feet. It’s not how rich YOU are that matters, its how POOR she is. Poor females are very open to sugardaddies of all income brackets (well, except maybe poor).

    Sugar daddying young women is generally seen as “immoral behavior” but most believe that the origins of that taboo has more to do with society’s hatred for “older men/young women” couples than money itself (a hatred likely invented by older women and indoctrinated into us via the mothering process).

    Because of the somewhat taboo nature of sugar daddying or having a sugar daddy, most of these types of relationships are top secret and hush hush. You won’t usually know that that 22 year old woman has a secret 51 year old sugar daddy who earns $60,000-$1,000,000 annually and provides for her as if she were his wife.

    A young woman will usually not admit she has a sugar daddy since she knows she will be cal

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  12. j a

    Like a genie – he may be a little old, but if a girl rubs his lamp, he’ll grant her wishes.

    She uses her sugar daddy for his money, but he sure gets some service in return! man who provides money or other favors in exchange for sexual relations.

    An older man who is able to gain a younger woman by having lots of cash and assets. The younger woman is known as a ‘gold digger’.
    A sugar daddy is generally being used by the ‘gold-digger’ for his house, cars and clothes money.

    Female: “Shit…I did too many drugs throughout skool, how am I supposed to earn income?…I know! I’ll get myself a sugar daddy.”

    A man (usually older and well-off) who financially supports a younger woman (or man) in exchange for sex and companionship.

    Older males are in their money making prime And young women are in their money needing prime and beauty prime. These three primes often converge creating the secret underground “older man being financially generous to beautiful younger woman” situation.

    The idea that all sugar daddies are rich is a stereotype and cliche. That’s like saying “all johns are rich”. Fact is, sometimes all a poor or needy female wants is for you to help her provide food and basic things for her children she can’t afford or maybe help her afford cable television or an education or… just a place to live while she gets on her feet. It’s not how rich YOU are that matters, its how POOR she is. Poor females are very open to sugardaddies of all income brackets (well, except maybe poor).

    Sugar daddying young women is generally seen as “immoral behavior” but most believe that the origins of that taboo has more to do with society’s hatred for “older men/young women” couples than money itself (a hatred likely invented by older women and indoctrinated into us via the mothering process).

    Because of the somewhat taboo nature of sugar daddying or having a sugar daddy, most of these types of relationships are top secret and hush hush. You won’t usually know that that 22 year old woman has a secret 51 year old sugar daddy who earns $60,000-$1,000,000 annually and provides for her as if she were his wife.

    A young woman will usually not admit she has a sugar daddy since she knows she will be cal..

    a middle/old age man that supports a significant young woman in their life. Possibly sexual favors can be a reward for the sugar daddy’s help or it can be done voluntarily what a game am I in the same would you are

    are you a man-child or sugar daddy
    “That car she’s driving has ‘Sugar Daddy’ written all over it”

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  13. j a

    A male who is “of age” but still has the emotional/mental capacity of a child.

    Completely incapable of making decisions regarding women, “manning up” when appropriate or discussing anything maturely, manchildren are becoming increasingly more frequent.

    Manchildren will have notable traits such as thinking that they are somewhat different to other men because they have no emotional baggage, will find most immature humour widely entertaining and will have not been in a serious relationship, EVER. Longest relationship will be between 1-3 months.

    When discussing important things, a man child will look at the floor and remain silent, pretend nothing is wrong at the time and then once out of sight drop into radio silence or will give you the “rabbit caught in the headlights” look.

    However, man children are tempting challenge for women and more often than not an older women will take a man child under her wing as he will be impressed with her “at ease and coolness” and she will be taken back at his emotional naivety.

    A man child is very easy to train in the ways of the bedroom.

    “I was trying to talk about where the relationship with Tom is going and he acted fine but I haven’t heard from him since. He’s such a manchild!”

    “Dave has no clue how to handle this situation, he’s such a man child”

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  14. j a

    An adult male who still posesses psychological traits of a child. Traits include, but are not necessarily limited to:
    – whining
    – pettyness
    – trying to pass the blame for their own underdeveloped judgement
    – not “stepping up to the plate” when it’s their role to.
    – secretly still finds 3rd grade bathroom humor amusing.
    – is able to connect with his children, but only as another child, not as a father.
    – not to mention an overall insecurity in who he is as a man, from which similar traits sprout.

    The manchild, if married, is often found married to Type A women (usually firstborn or only child in their own family) who reluctantly yet aptly take up the slack for the aforementioned manchild.

    This manchild will often attempt to augment their lack and/or compete with peers with material posessions such as:
    – Harley Davidson Softtail with $30 do-rag
    – Hummer H2 or similar oversized fossil-fuel guzzling behemoth
    – 6 seat felt poker table with matching humidor
    – The very latest electronic gadgets (digital camera, GPS handheld, etc.) to impress peers with.

    These examples reflect some of the psychological traits mentioned above, and some that aren’t:

    A child who outwardly appears like an adult — conventionally this means a full grown male that acts immaturely, or pursues childish interests. For example, it’s acceptable to play games like World of Warcraft, but it’s generally unacceptable to spend twelve hours a day doing so and/or attending conventions.

    Manchildren, of course, are not limited to gamers. There are many types and variants of ‘not-quite-men, but look-like-men.’

    Dude, I swear that manchild’s a furry or something.

    A man who has a mommy complex like no other. He is extremely needy and will want a woman to “take care of his needs” eg. satisfy his insatiable thirst for chocolate milk, tucking him into bed at night, packing a lunch for him etc…

    One who has a hairy chest like a sweater or fur rug. He talks about stupid shit and also his own shit. He also wear a basketball jersey(clean or dirty) at all times. He is a so called player in his own mind but is only willing to pay for women. He likes them large and is scared that his dad may spank him. His sister sleeps in his bed and he needs permission to leave the house. He is also almost 30.

    Manchild Joe went to DC and leaned up against a tree starring oddly at large women. He told them he owns pizza shop all while wearing his jersey and hitting end on his phone because his dad calls non stop to spank him. Manchild joe is one who stands in the corner and grunts at women. He makes them scared.
    You know the guy, always lies about getting laid and wears that Tasmanian Devil tie.

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  15. Reed x 5105Reed x5105

    Should you chose a man-child or a sugar daddy? Only if they are truly your equal. If you are a woman-child (or man-child) yourself, choosing the man-child can be a great option. If you are sugar momma (or a sugar daddy), then choosing the sugar daddy can truly work.

    The problems occur when we chose a mate to try to compensate for what we, ourselves, are lacking – choosing the man-child because we don’t know how to have fun on our own or choosing the sugar daddy because we are unable to take care of ourselves.

    Simply put – finding your equal and avoiding extremes can spare you a great deal of drama and pain.

    Reed x5105

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  16. Sharon Smith

    I read an article that you had, that advised that we break off all tries to our
    Ex’s unless we have children by them. I am trying to locate this article again, I would like to make a copy of it.

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  17. Marisela

    I have read through all that you have to day and based on my experience its not the easiest thing to “choose wisely”. I met a man after my divorce that was such a wonderful man. He was older and was very much in love with me. He offered to put my boys through school, wanted me to take time off of work and travel. Yet i couldnt do it! I couldnt fall in love 🙁 i have always wondered why?? He was offering all that i dreamed of! And i said no to all. Yet a after him i met a man 10 yrs younger, i fell in love deeply and very passionately. This has been going on for 5 yrs yet i am so unstable with him 🙁 he cant seem to commit yet he wont let me move on. He asked me to marry him in a moment of weakness is what i think. Yet when i couldnt say yes for fear myself, he just left it at that. Now im so confused about all this and want out and not sure how 🙁 i dont know if i want to start all over again. He i feel is fearful to fail if he lives with me. I have lived alone for 8 yrs and im ready for more. I think i made the wrong choice. But at the time it felt right. I was wrong. 🙁

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  18. Sara Lynn Ayrault

    Here is a guy who is just what I was looking for. A great job, good with money, Takes care of me. My family like him. But my heart want this Guy who is totally no good for me. The no good guy he is smart but dont act it, he’s very careless low self esteem. I feel guilty foe being with Mr right & thinking of Mr wrong. Perhaps Mr. wrong isn’t all that wrong or maybe i should give him time to fix himself up maybe he’ll change.

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