5 Surprising Reasons Why Do Most Married Couples Stop French Kissing

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The kiss is exciting, passionate, and sensual. It insights arousal inside you. As the kiss continues, you can feel your heart beating faster and faster. To be honest, it’s just plain hot!

What makes the “French” kiss so different than any other kiss? Being married to a French man, I asked. After 22 years of marriage, it was an enlightening conversation. He explained that French kissing, for most males, is a means to an end. If done right, you’ll get laid.

When I heard this, I said, “It’s about sex?” He continued to explain his philosophy on kissing and as we talked, I realized there was wisdom in his words.

Kissing has a purpose. Not all kisses are meant for arousal. Some are polite, but the French kiss is considered more foreplay. If it’s so great, then why do most married couples stop French kissing? If it is missing, is it sad or just simply reality?

Together, we think we have the answer on why couples stop kissing the French way:

It takes time.

As a young married couple, you have time to talk at length and show affection, but when the children come into the picture, bam! The time is non-existent. Even when a weekend away from the children is planned, activities will revolve more around napping than anything that leads to sex.

Unlike Carrie Bradshaw in the HBO series Sex and the City, who in one episode panicked because she and Mr. Big were not having sex every night, for most couples, that is not reality. Life is hectic, crazy, with competing priorities. Don’t misunderstand, I loved the Carrie character. I, too, have a love of shoes and desserts. The difference is, if I eat cake, I gain weight.

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