When it comes to major moments in your life, nothing’s as nerve-wracking as your first kiss.  After all, there’s so much riding on it. Does your breath smell okay? Will they like the way you kiss? How do you even know how to kiss for the first time?  What do you do with your hands?

I could go on, but I’ve got a funny feeling that you’re no stranger to these questions…

Let’s face it: learning how to kiss for the first time can seem like a catch-22: you got to kiss someone to actually learn how, but you don’t want that kiss to be bad either.

Luckily for you, learning how to kiss for the first time is as simple as 1-2-3.  Just follow these easy steps, and your first kiss will be your best kiss.

  • First, you need to recognize that your nerves are totally, 100% normal.  Everyone goes through what you’re feeling now – in fact, the person you want to kiss is probably thinking the same thing as you.
  • Next, don’t plan every single detail of the first kiss.  In fact, the best first kisses are those that are totally spur of the moment.  The more you plan, the more nervous you’ll be for the big moment.
  • Don’t expect to kiss like how they do in the movies for your first time.  Learning how to kiss for the first time should be all about the basics: part your lips slightly, lean in for the kiss and make it gentle.
  • Whatever you do, don’t introduce the tongue on your first kiss.  It’s like going from 0 to 60 in 0.5 seconds flat – and that’s a surefire recipe for disaster.

Your first kiss should be simple, sweet and spontaneous – that’s the best way to guarantee that your first time kissing nerves will be nothing more than gentle butterflies.

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