For most of us, women and men alike, there was that one person who kissed us like no other. Some of us are lucky enough to still be with that person. For others, that person's kissing skill may have been his best attribute, and while our current partners have many other skills, kissing is not at the top of the list.
No need to merely daydream about those past great kisses -- you are about to be handed the keys to the kissing kingdom. Follow this four-week workshop and you will be armed with the information you need to create motor-revving kisses at your will.
Critically important is the way in which you approach making suggestions to your partner.
This week, I will share with you from my international seminars and books the best ways to show your partner how you love to be kissed - to guide him to better kissing. Given that kissing is one of the more important parts of lovemaking, it should be something we all do well.
Critically important is the way in which you approach making suggestions to your partner. Always make a point of saying what works, not what doesn't. Do not tell him he doesn't kiss well or doesn't "do it" for you unless, of course, you don't want to see him again.
Know that people will often touch (and kiss) the way they like to be touched. As men are stronger and have thicker skin than women, they often touch to the pressure they know and like, which can be too much, especially initially, for women. Also, because men's mouths and tongues are larger, they may be too forceful in the moment of passion. Yet men are aware how easily a woman can go from 60 to 0 on the desire meter as a result of overly forceful or careless kissing. And there is nothing they want to avoid more than something that will interrupt lovemaking.