You know, men and women are so different it’s a wonder we ever get together at all. I mean really, most men won’t stop to get directions when they are lost even if they have been driving in circles for hours. And women, well they’ll stop at every corner market to make sure they are on the right path if that’s what it takes to get to their final destination.
Then, of course, there is the topic of emotions and feelings. Guys will either run as far away from the subject as they possibly can or…just completely shut down. Women, well let’s be honest. We could talk for hours on end about how we feel about things.
Having said this, it should be no surprise then that there are so many questions and misunderstandings about the first kiss that a man and woman share.
There’s no doubt that women want it to be perfect, romantic, and special. Heck, guys just want to make sure they can impress you with their technique and just plain don’t screw it up. And despite how amazing the moment can be when a guy touches his lips to yours, all too often it gets ruined because the whole scene is just too awkward.
Well, it’s time to get rid of the awkwardness and we’ll do that based on some “advice about the first kiss.”
We’ll start off by restating what was just mentioned above. Men and women think and act differently. (Understanding that unspoken rule gives you a big advantage.)
Your dream of living the most romantic kiss where he takes you in his arms, leans you back, and locks his lips to yours while standing on your doorstep is a beautiful thought. But here’s the thing, you can drop all of the hints you want and most men have absolutely no clue as to how to read them. In fact, while in your mind you are waiting for that perfect moment at the doorway, he has been mesmerized with the thought of locking lips with you from the moment he met you for the date.
So how do you resolve this problem? The answer is quite simple really.
You simply get the kiss out of the way first. Does that response surprise you? Well, let me explain and see if you’ll agree.
If you wait for the kiss and he isn’t reading your signals, which as you know now is very common; are you sure you will get one from him at the end of the date? Plus, if he is so focused on kissing you, how much attention do you think he is really paying to you and what you’re saying during the date itself?
The problem is solved if you just take care of the kiss early on in the date. In fact, the earlier you get that first kiss out of the way the better your evening will be…guaranteed.
Just think. No worries about the doorstep scenario and he’s not distracted the whole time thinking about the event. Plus, when the evening turns out to be the most wonderful time ever, you can anticipate the grand finale smooch at the end of the date knowing you both will be ready when that moment comes. That will be the kiss that counts!
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