Do You Find It Appropriate For Married Couples To Kiss And Hold Hands In Public?
Yes. I think passionate, deep kissing should be reserved for more intimate times, and anything that could be considered "petting". Affection needs to be promoted and encouraged and common affection, holding hands, arms around each other, hugs, a quick kiss are all most excellent ways of showing love for your partner in public.
As long as you aren't fornicating in public, yes, holding hands and light kissing is fine in public. Don't go overboard, however. That isn't what people want to see while out getting groceries.
Yes, having a passion in relationship and also showing affection for one another is very important in any relationship.
Yes I find it appropriate. It's also romantic and enjoyable!
In my case it is more than appropriate it is a must. I lovr the intimacy of holding hands in a mall, walking down the street, at the bus stop, where ever. As far as kissing goes definitely there is nothing wrong. we express our love for each other through a kiss, and since it is married couples you ask about why not. As a matter of fact why not the unmarried couples too. They have a committment one to the other it is not like they are strangers.
I love to hold my wife's hand and kiss her often. It's funny, one of her ants made a comment once that she could tell we were in love because we always hold hands or have our arms around each other. What was sad is she said that her husband and her never do that anymore.
Well we've been married for 14 years, so it must be working.
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