Couples in long term relationships know that it becomes challenging to maintain that spark of chemistry with one another year after year. Even happy and committed couples find that sustaining passion requires effort. One of the things that slowly dwindles over time and could use a renewed burst of energy is kissing.
The passionate and lengthy kisses that were part of courtship often give way to more practical and minimized expressions of affection. The “peck” kiss becomes the most common type of kiss exchanged with a significant other. Unintentionally, longer, more passionate kisses often get relegated to sexual interludes only and rarely see the light of day.
The “peck” kiss is a fantastic way to show love to a child or a grandmother. But peck kissing your partner isn’t going to do anything to increase passion. They’re too short. (And who wants to be kissing their partner the same way that they kiss their grandmother anyway?)
To be continued