Updated: Apr 6
Remember when you were dating and you kissed for the first time. Remember that feeling of excitement? It was exhilarating! Has something happened between then and now to make you not feel that same way towards your spouse? Things like job stress, children, and daily routines seem to absorb all your time and may cause resentment between the two of you and caused you to lose that spark.
We want to help you strengthen your marriage and bring back that spark in your marriage.
So, how do you bring back the spark?
In order to bring the spark back, you should slow down and introduce kissing back into your relationship. And not just a peck on the cheek, but passionate kissing or soul kissing. We found the book The Art of Kissing by William Cane and it was perfect!
This book can definitely take the mundane to the extraordinary in one evening. The Art of Kissing provides step by step instructions on how to kiss. Kissing while dating was fun and exciting, but now you are married all you give is a peck on the cheek; if any at all. Let's stop this mundane life and get back to the passion that got you together in the first place. Buy the book through this link.
Do you think you stopped kissing each other because you aren't kissable? Find out how kissable you really are with these steps from the book.
We tested out the book and WOW, it really spiced up our evening. Our favorite? The tips on French kissing was by far the spiciest for us . We've discovered there is more than one way to French kiss and it definitely is WOW!!
How many kisses did it take it before you stepped it up a notch?
"Why does kissing feel so good? The God-created secret behind this pleasure is that the lips are the most sensitive region of the body over the genitals and fingertips. It’s the thinnest skin covering an extensive set of nerve-endings. Kissing feels so good because lips were designed to feel so good." - Dr Dave Currie
It wasn't that we weren't kissable, it's just that life got in the way and we got lazy. Once you remind your lips that you like kissing, you'll be stepping with a bounce and get a silly grin when you see your spouse.
Why is kissing so important?
Oxford researchers did a study on 900 couples in the US and UK about their relationships and kissing. They wanted to know what made couples happy in their relationships. They discovered that couples tended to be happier when they kissed more often.
“It appears that there is something unique about kissing that is related to relationship satisfaction in a way that sexual intercourse is not,” says study author Rafael Wlodarski, a Ph.D. candidate in the University of Oxford’s Department of Experimental Psychology.
During your next romantic getaway, we hope you will explore the kissing techniques you can find in The Art of Kissing. We know that it will strengthen your relationship and bring a spring to your step and a smile to your face.
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