First Kiss Tips
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First Kiss Tips

You’re wrapping up your first date with a new love-interest and good news…. the date couldn’t have gone any better! Conversation was flowing, the chemistry between the two of you was amazing, and you were already planning your second date halfway into the first. There’s just one major thing standing in the way of date #2….the first goodnight kiss. This moment can cause a ton of anxiety and can potentially be the difference between a good date and a great date. To get through the first date kiss successfully, remember these first kiss tips:

Creating Tension for a First Great Kiss!
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Creating Tension for a First Great Kiss!

Typically good relationships have some element of surprise and the unexpected in them. The key to this is tension. Tension is critical in the early stages of a relationship and can be a healthy stepping stone in establishing a deeper connection down the road. While it may seem counter-productive, tension actually helps to create a positive environment. Here are a few tips on how to create tension in the first kiss.

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Don't give her first-kiss anxiety.
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7 Types Of Kisses Women Hate

Two of my most major dating anxieties are A) having nothing to talk about and B) the first kiss. I fear having nothing to talk about, not because I don’t have anything to talk about, but if I’m sitting across from an uncommunicative human for an hour, I will feel compelled to fill up every second of that hour with words.

How Important Is Kissing Compatibility? [EXPERT]
If at first you don't succeed, kiss and kiss again!
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How Important Is Kissing Compatibility?

In all my dating years, I never thought much about kissing styles, and never put much weight into a great first kiss. But recently, I've had a couple of experiences that leave me wondering … how important is kissing compatibility?

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What I Learned From My First Kiss

We kissed for the first time after a techno party. I had covered my face in an invisible paint that glowed under a black light, and after all the guests left, the paint slowly covered her lips and face. I thought kissing was like licking an ice-cream cone, which is probably why she kept laughing as she taught me what to do, and a lot of what not to do, with my awkward tongue and teeth and lips. At sunrise I walked Jess home, grateful and covered in glow paint, surprised by how different she looked outside the thrill of the ultraviolet light.