Ever thought what makes you enjoy kissing? After all the passionate lip-lock is only two people plastering each other with their saliva while taking in good or bad breath; to take a really bland view of it. Some women would even say that it is more satisfying than intercourse. The deep intimacy felt with your partner at the time of kissing is what women look for and even men. There is a science behind such romantic sentiments. Kissing releases endorphins and oxytocin in our bodies that make us feel happy and attached to our partner.
One of the first things to be adversely affected after couples start to go apart in their relationship is kissing. Surveys conducted on these issues have yielded results that confirm this. The passion in a relationship is bound to dim at some point of time and the first noteworthy aspect of it would be that you feel “too busy” to kiss. That is why it was advised that to rekindle the lost passions, couples should make out more often. It can be an ideal remedy for couples facing a relationship problem. Getting back to kissing daily would make the couple relive their passionate days of initial romance to add to the healthy biochemical reaction in the body.
You should experiment with kissing if it seems that your marriage has come to a dead end. Try public display of affection by making out in the open, stick to kissing without sex for a week, experiment with your kissing style and in short do anything when in lip-lock to arouse passion. You just might hit upon the best way to rekindle lost passion and relive your romance all over again.
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