| Whatís the difference between a kiss that goes flat and a kiss that
tickles the toes? Some kisses you can feel tingle up your spine, while
others feel like the mechanical meeting of lips.
Hereís my list of the Top 5 Reasons that some kisses are super, while others end up duds. So how to be a good kisser?
1. Emotional connection.
you kiss a guy or girl that you kind of like, then your kiss will be
kind of nice. But if you kiss a guy or girl you REALLY like, then your
kiss will be REALLY special. An emotional connection is crucial for an
amazing kiss. When the physical pleasure of a kiss combines with the
emotional pleasure of sharing an intimate moment, fireworks happen.
2. Great comfort level.
of the great killers of the pleasure of kissing is nerves. The more
nervous you are, the tenser you feel. Tension makes you stiff and
unyielding Ė the complete opposite of what a great kisser should be!
When youíre anxious about the result of a kiss or self-conscious about
whether youíre doing it right, you wonít be able to enjoy the moment
like you should. Worse, your tension will get communicated to your
partner. Relax and flow in the moment.
3. Ability to forget the world.
top kisses seem to go on forever. Your mind is clear of everything but
your partnerís breath, responses, murmurs, and body against yours. But
it can be hard to forget the world if youíre in a noisy environment,
being jostled by other people, or are in an uncomfortable position. For
example, despite their popularity as makeout locations, cars are
notoriously uncomfortable places to kiss. Too, if youíre feeling
self-conscious about your kissing technique or wondering if others are
watching, youíll bring yourself out of the moment and back to earth.
Clear your head the next time you kiss and let nothing else matter.
kissers donít just do what they do best; they adapt to their partner
and experiment with different kinds of kisses. If your kissing
repertoire consists of two styles Ė kiss and French kiss Ė then it may
be time to explore the possibilities. Vary the pace and pressure of
your kisses. Expand from the mouth and kiss the eyelids, neck, even
nibble the ear. Be inventive.
kisses have an ebb and flow. They start gently, become greedy, then
allow a pause for breathing and meeting one anotherís eyes. A kiss is
sometimes called a dance of the lips, and itís important to remember
that kisses, like dances, must have a rhythm. Nothing is worse than
someone who is so intent on kissing you that they donít allow you room
to breath. Let your kiss find its natural rhythm. Allow it to warm up
and eventually cool down. Always take time to reconnect with your
partner through catching his or her eyes and breathing together.
you really care about someone, are completely relaxed, there in the
moment, and allow your kissing to find its natural rhythm and
expression, youíll find that your kisses become much more intense and