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Keep on Kissing

Updated on March 1, 2020
Just because..
Just because..

Ever wonder what keeps certain couples together for many years? It’s more than communication. It’s more than what each of you have in common. This may sound somewhat silly to some yet extremely accurate to most. It can be possible it’s all in the kiss.

The first time you meet someone there is that spark of physical attraction. Yes, this does sound awful to admit nonetheless very true. Upon interviewing some couples. The question of what attracted them to one another was responded by many with the same answer. It was the lips and smile; physical attraction.

When you're attracted to someone you will definitely know if you want to see them again. It does not necessarily mean you want to go directly to the bedroom. When you begin dating someone; of course the attraction must be there. When you reach that “first kiss” moment it’s what will make your heart skip a beat; or not. The touch of another human being caressing your face can be overwhelming. In fact it’s so strong that it can control your heart, mind and body. A kiss is so powerful that it will and can control your body more than your mind.

In every relationship; young, old, same sex, heterosexual. The answer was all the same. It all came down to the kiss. You can have a great first date and have a horrible first kiss that unfortunately will not lead to a second date. In reality can you pursue a relationship with someone whose kiss is not to your liking?

This might be essential to some couples while others can care less. A type of kiss could also show your interest at that moment. It can be a peck on the head, a friendly smack of lips on the cheek. Then you have that kiss that strikes fire and leads to passion you feel for one another. This type of kiss is powerful.

If you’ve lost that emotion with your partner your relationship may take a toll downhill. If you have been in a long term relationship or married and you’re no longer kissing. The passion for one another may be diminishing. Stop whatever you’re doing right now and ask yourself “When was the last time you kissed your partner; just because?” A kiss is a form of expressing your love, affection, desire for one another. A kiss always brightens up anyone’s day especially when it comes out of nowhere. Here is a very strong piece of advice. When you know how to properly kiss your partner; keep in mind he or she will melt like butter in your arms.

Do not ever lose focus of keeping that smile on your partners face; with a kiss. When you share that connection with someone it can bring about much more emotions for one another. A kiss is what starts your relationship and when you stop kissing it's possible your relationship has also.

Try and read this with your partner. Keep in mind that kissing them should not just be on a special occasion. You should always kiss them like the both of you did when you first dated. Keep up that “Mmm” feeling with each other. When they least expect it go up to them and give them a kiss just because you can and want too. Always remember a kiss is not just a kiss; it’s you sharing your emotions with the person you claim to love. Now stop reading and go KISS your love.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2020 Lynn

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    • dashingscorpio profile image

      dashingscorpio 

      4 weeks ago from Chicago

      Excellent advice.

      When kisses run dry many relationships start to die.

      First goes kissing, then hugs, and hand holding.

      In some instances couples only engage in snuggling and other physical touching when they are about to have sex.

      In extreme cases their relationship becomes platonic over time.

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