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DEARSUGAR NEEDS YOUR HELP: Our Kiss Is Amiss

DEARSUGAR and Missy Kissy need your help. She just wants to get back that fabulous rush and ease of her first kiss with her husband. Do you have any tips to help them get back on track?

Dear Sugar,
I have been married for three years and have been with my husband for a total of six years. We have one child and an overall very happy home. I know that it's normal for your sex life to slow down after some time together, but that really isn't the problem. Our sex life is satisfying and regular; it's our, kissing that's gone awry.

We used to have these long and drawn out passionate kisses followed by heated foreplay and fun loving make-out sessions. Lately I feel like I am kissing a stranger. It's as though we've completely forgotten our kissing style with each other. Our tongue placement is awkward and our lips aren't softly meshing as well as they once did.

I am worried about this. Kissing used to be so much fun. Now I get a little bit nervous about it and I can't have this. Do you think that I should say something to my husband about it or will that make it worse? Maybe we just need a weekend away together. Away from our child and life to rekindle our kissing and focus on each other. What do you think? Missy Kissy

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