“A kiss seals two souls for a moment in time.” —Levende Waters

You’re probably reading this thinking to yourself and saying, “I kiss my spouse all the time”.

We’re not talking about the peck on the lips before you are off doing something else.

Instead it’s that kiss where your lips and tongues collide as fireworks go off inside of you.

Maybe you used to have those long passionate kisses when you first met and were courting one another. As time has passed you’ve relegated your kisses to just pecks. Quick, passionless and uneventful.

When you take time to really kiss each other you’ll experience a closeness that only the two of you can.

The Benefits of Kissing Are Worth It

Physical Connection

The ability to have passionate kisses that linger afterwards and lead to nothing more are important in marriage. Often physical touch becomes avoided because one spouse only wants the kiss(es) to lead to sex.

When you are able to kiss each other and experience a level of physical connection without sex you feel valued. The same goes for cuddling as well. Having physical intimacy is very important to opening up when it comes to your sexual intimacy.

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Boost Your Happy

Kissing releases a trio of chemicals, serotonin, dopamine, and oxytocin, in your brain. These contribute to the feeling of well-being, the feeling of attachment to your spouse and produces a calming effect.

Think about what happens to you when you get a kiss from your spouse that is WOW!

Facial Exercise

There is always talk about the benefits of working out, from getting that tight core to having cellulite-free legs and yet what about your face?

When you engage in passionate kisses with your spouse you use up to 34 muscles in your face. That’s a plus for your cheeks and other facial muscles.

Increase Self Esteem

Passionate kisses lead to feeling appreciated and increased self esteem. Both of these are critical in your marriage.

Over time this is vitally important to knowing that your spouse cherishes you.

Heightened Arousal

Unlike non-sexual physical connection mentioned above, kissing can be a fantastic way to enhance the arousal during sexual intimacy. When your lips are locked together you have a connection that binds the two of you to one another.

The heightened arousal from kissing then can lead to an amazing sexual experience.

You now know the benefits of kissing and the importance it has on your marriage. It’s time to find as many opportunities as you can to kiss your spouse so both of you can enjoy the benefits of kissing.

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