Updated: Jan 21, 2022
The first kiss starts it all, doesn’t it? It’s the first big step in intimacy and when the moment is right is something special. A kiss is powerful and can start or end a conversation. It may even stop an argument from continuing if done right.
For example, when Leia gets upset with me, sometimes I know she misses me but doesn’t want to say it. So I approach her. I don’t try to match her yelling or shouting but offer a hug and then a kiss on her forehead. Problem solved (sometimes).
Oh, by the way, new episode out today @themfwpodcast link in bio.
Here’s a list of the benefits of kissing:
Kissing helps reduce blood pressure
Kissing zaps cramps and headaches
Kissing fights cavities
Kissing amps up your happy hormones
Kissing burns (a few) calories
Kissing can strengthen your facial muscles
Kissing makes you more alert
Kissing can reduce stress
Kissing can help reduce anxiety
Kissing can help reduce allergy symptoms (I’m not sure how but okay)
Kissing may help boost immunity
Kissing might improve your relationship satisfaction and feelings of attachment
A lot goes into a marriage, and #7 KISSING should be a mainstay in keeping the relationship going. Find a spot that only you kiss your spouse and make them feel special. Try behind the ear or right on the side of the neck. Make it your spot, and make sure they know it’s you. 💋
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