Monday, April 13, 2015

Kissing

   It might be something that you do without really thinking, or a cherished ritual. Either way kissing is important to a relationship. After all basic human attraction is one of the ways we know we want to be with someone. They don't have to be Brad Pitt or Angelina Jolie, it's not really about physical characteristics but something more. A spark that you can't truly explain.
    Sometimes we may get in a rut and neglect something so simple as human touch, but it really isn't something to be neglected. All human beings need the human touch, whether it be a passionate kiss or just a hug, it matters. It warms the soul as much as it warms the body. It's healing and comforting. It's a simple way that we tell our spouse that we still love them.
   I did a little research the other day about kissing online(I know that sounds very weird) and I came across an article that said kissing can indicate for women whether they're going to go forward with a relationship. While that wasn't a variable in the decision making for a man. I found that kinda interesting. It also said that oxytocin and other brain chemicals are released in the brains of both men and women during kissing, which is responsible for making us feel bonded with our partners. The research also indicated that women tend to be more sensitive to this chemical therefore they enjoy kissing more. So there's your party opener haha!
   Basically kissing really does keep us feeling connected to our partners. So maybe you've both been a little distance lately, work is stressful, the kids have been bouncing off the wall, that certain person has really been pushing your buttons. Take a breath, sit down and kiss your man or woman. You're welcome!
   

6 comments:

  1. I was always curious about the biological background of kissing. When you think about it, there is really no practical reason to do it at all... :D

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    1. Yeah once you start reading it the biological factors are really interesting. Thanks for reading!

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  2. What fun facts...kissing is always a good idea!

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    1. I think so too! Thanks for reading Alexandra!

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  3. I kind of thought you would do kissing today :)

    betty

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    1. Wow, you're a good guesser! Thanks for reading Betty :)

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