As I was explaining to my husband that I was trying to write a blog post about kissing in marriage, he threw his arms open and offered enthusiastically, “And you want to practice?” “No,” I answered, “But I admire your optimism and thanks for giving me my opening sentence.”
For most couples, kissing is a natural part of relationship development, particularly as they move toward higher levels of commitment. Researchers confirm that kissing can be a strong reinforcer for mate assessment and attachment. In other words, if you think you like someone and the kissing goes well, commitment is likely to increase, while the reverse is true for couples who just aren’t “feeling it.” As people form attachments, prolonged kissing behavior generally increases in romantic relationships.
However, I’ve noticed that really great make-out sessions diminish over time for lots of married couples. Even couples who maintain frequency in sexual relations…
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