The Power Of Kisses

Has it been a while since you had a good smooch? One of the most sensual acts we have is the kiss. But a lot of couples take kissing for granted once they've been together a while. They move on to sex as the main event. Or worse, couples stop kissing in their daily life because their connection and attraction to each other has dwindled.

Kissing is a highly erotic act -- and none of us should forget it. A kiss is the beginning of everything, from a new relationship to some of our earliest memories as sexual beings. Remember how much a kiss could mean when you were younger? Or how intense that first kiss is with someone new? All couples must remember to pucker up and lay a good one on each other at least once a day, at the very least.

A kiss can create some anticipation for later, but that shouldn't always be the purpose. Rather, it's a great way to stay connected to each other in the way that is uniquely yours. Give your partner a kiss as you make dinner or when you're zooming by each other in the morning, trying to get everyone ready. And try for one long, wet 10-second kiss each day in addition to the passing pecks.Of course, a kiss is only good if it's done right. Some couples still haven't worked out their kissing likes and dislikes. Whether starting with a nibble or ending with a deep one, a kiss no different from any other part of sex: the only way you're going figure it out is by doing it! Try taking turns to show each other how you like to be kissed. Put some erotic energy back into the kiss!

Do not be embarrass to talk to close friends on how to improve your kissing skill but surely I don't blame you if you are. On the fact of that matter, here's a good link if you want to learn more on how to be a good kisser. It's good to always try to improve.


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