It isn’t exactly news that men, especially older men, are attracted to beautiful women—that’s just human nature. But what is news is the fact that there’s now scientific proof that shows why so many men turn to the sugar daddy lifestyle.
The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology recently published a study that found a strong link between men’s satisfaction in a marriage and the physical attractiveness of their wife. Researchers tracked more than 450 newly married couples and discovered that men who believed their wife was attractive were more likely to report being happy in their marriage. Although attractiveness was a factor in some wives’ satisfaction, the connection was significantly stronger for men.
Not only were men with beautiful wives happier in their marriage, their wives reported being more satisfied as well, which just goes to show that if your husband is happy, you’re more likely to be as well. It makes sense; if a man thinks his wife is attractive, he’s probably going to work a little harder to please her and keep her happy so that she doesn’t get snatched up by someone else.
A past study out of the University of California actually proved this theory. Researchers found that husbands who were attracted to their wives were “more committed” and “more invested in pleasing their wives when they felt that they were getting a pretty good deal,” the good deal being that they landed a hot wife.
This is definitely good news for sugar babies, who have a leg up when it comes to snagging a rich older man. And it’s a win-win situation for both of you—that’s why sugar daddy/sugar baby relationships work. If he’s dating a beautiful young woman like yourself, he’s more likely to be satisfied in the relationship, which means that, in return, he’ll treat you well and you’ll be happier, too.
What do you think: Do you agree that attractive people are more satisfied in relationships?
Hillin, T., “Men With Attractive Wives Report Higher Levels of Martial Satisfaction, New Study Finds,” Huffington Post web site, November 19, 2013; http://goo.gl/LfEHhA.