It’s a popular belief that the longer a relationship has gone on, the more the relationship’s spark begins to disappear.  And when it comes to kissing in relationships, many couples often operate on autopilot.  After all, if the kissing isn’t broke, then don’t fix it – right?

Actually, if you want to keep the passion alive in your relationship, then you need to make every effort to keep kissing new, exciting and full of the romantic intensity that you two first experienced.  But you don’t need to blow your budget on a fancy meal out or take your partner away on an expensive vacation.  If you want to keep the passion alive, then here’s how to bring back the spark to your kissing in your relationship.

  • Too many couples forgo kissing in an effort to get to, er, other things.  It’s not that couples don’t enjoy kissing – it’s just that making out is usually associated with the first stages of dating, when everything is still new and exciting.  When it comes to kissing in a relationship, don’t let go of these make-out sessions.  The next time you’re with your partner, turn the music on, turn the lights down low and spend the evening kissing like you used to.  Don’t let it lead to anything else right away – you’ll be amazed at how much fun just making out can be.
  • Kissing in relationships has a tendency to go on autopilot.  That’s why this next tip is so useful: instead of kissing your partner the way you’ve always kissed, ask them a kind of kiss that they’ve never experienced before, but have always wanted to try.  If they don’t know, look up some different kissing types online.  Who knows – you just might find a new favorite thanks to a little online search.
  • Kissing in public is a great way to keep the passion alive in a relationship.  Sit next to each other in the corner of a dark restaurant, and give each other deep yet soft kisses.  The thrill of being watched will definitely add some spice to your kissing.

No matter how long you’ve been with your partner, these kissing tips will bring the passion back to your relationship.

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