Have You Lost That Lovin’ Feeling about Kissing?

Many couples have lost that lovin’ feeling when it comes to kissing and making out!

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When was the last time you and your spouse made out?! Many couples have lost that lovin’ feeling when it comes to kissing and having fun making out.

When couples were dating, kissing was an exciting and savored experience. But after marriage many couples seem to abandon sensual, lip-to-lip (face or neck) kissing, not only because additional sexual pleasures are now available, but maybe for other more intimate reasons of which they may not be aware.

So go park somewhere after date night with the agreement to have some fun sensually and/or teasingly exploring each other’s face, lips, mouth, neck, ears, and eyelids with kissing, nibbling, touching–being as creative as possible–without any pressure or expectation that it will lead to something more.

Add a little background music to help set the mood. As I explain in the book And They Were Not Ashamed: Strengthening Marriage Through Sexual Fulfillment intimacy is best without expectations or strings attached!

So when was the last time you made out with your spouse?

Related Resources:

  • “The Bliss of a Kiss–Restoring the Lost Art of Kissing (Part 1)” Episode #26 — The Marital Intimacy Show podcast
  • “The Bliss of a Kiss–Restoring the Lost Art of Kissing (Part 2)” Episode #27 — The Marital Intimacy Show podcast
  • “The Bliss of a Kiss–Restoring the Lost Art of Kissing (Part 3)” Episode #28 — The Marital Intimacy Show podcast



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Comments
  • anonymous June 8, 2012 at 2:13 pm

    So what do you do if your spouse won’t let you make out with her? We haven’t done it in almost 17 years – not since the day before we were married. And she now thinks I remember doing it with someone else. I’m supposed to just be happy with sex – which apparently is what took its place. I’d happily take sex over making out if I have to, but I do miss doing it…

  • Arogen July 9, 2013 at 1:07 pm

    For a long time, and I mean a LOOOOONG time, my wife did not want to make out. Didn’t feel like it, grossed out by it, her lips were chapped, it makes her throat sore, etc. etc. etc. I don’t know why but over the past couple months she has been really into it and it is fantastic to have that intimacy back again.

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