The One Thing that Keeps Married Women Feeling Disconnected in Their Relationship

(This blog content is part of the additional resources to the book Butterfly Habits: How to Make Your Honeymoon Last Forever.)

Imagine the first rendezvous with your spouse. What was the most important moment of your togetherness? What was the one single thought driving a race in your mind? The first kiss.

The first kiss marks a highly important and significant instant in a relationship. Sheril Kirshenbaum, author of The Science of Kissing, says 59 percent of men and 66 percent of women ended a growing relationship because of a bad first kiss.

A kiss transmits immense information. The way we kiss our spouse tells him stories, which words never could express. Kirshenbaum also says that nothing firms up your relationship more than kissing. But throughout the years in a relationship kissing becomes more and more neglected. The change of this behavior is so subtle that we even don’t get aware of a lack of kissing. When struggling in our relationship we won’t recognize the source of our disconnection to our partner. As kissing not only affects our emotion, also our love and stress hormones in a positive way, you should start to develop your unique “Art of Kissing.”

Kiss Challenge

Action Step 1
Rate from 1 to 10 the amount of kisses per day you are sharing with your partner.

Action Step 2
Rate from 1 to 10 the average intensity of the shared kisses.

Action Step 3
Leverage the amount and intensity of your kisses. In Chapter 12 of Butterfly Habits you already discovered different types of kisses. I encourage you to develop and cultivate your personal “kiss blossoms” with a variety of expressions.

Some people love kissing, some people not that much. If you belong to the second group don’t worry. My book provides you with countless additional Butterfly Habits, which also firm up and strengthen your relationship’s love.

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April 17th, 2014