How did you first learn to kiss and what else would you like to learn about kissing?
If you’re just starting to date, you know how important kissing can be for your relationship to continue. If you’ve been in a relationship for a while, your focus on kissing may have shifted but your ability to kiss well is still affecting your relationship even if you don’t know it. Most people don’t come right out and tell you that you’re a bad kisser. Instead, they avoid kissing you and eventually your intimacy and passion for each other will fade. Wouldn’t it be better if you could find out about the quality of your kissing before your relationship breaks down? You may not even realize you’re a lousy kisser or what you can do about it. But rather than directly asking your partner if you’re a good kisser or telling them they suck at kissing, ask a few intimate questions about how they learned to kiss and what else they would like to know about kissing. By starting to talk about your past kissing experiences and what you’ve learned, you can guide the conversation to how you can both learn to kiss better.
If you’re even a teeny bit anxious about your ability to kiss well or would like to teach your partner how to kiss better, take a look at the Ultimate French Kissing Guide. Keep the love and intimacy alive in your relationship and spice up your sex life when you discover the secrets of how to french kiss and make out with sensual passion.