How Can I Tell My Girlfriend She Doesn’t Kiss Well?

Bethany Heinesh

Written by: Bethany Heinesh

Bethany Heinesh

Bethany has ghost-written hundreds of dating articles in the last 10 years for relationship experts all over the United States.

Edited by: Lillian Castro

Lillian Castro

Lillian Guevara-Castro brings more than 30 years of journalism experience to ensure DatingAdvice articles have been edited for overall clarity, accuracy, and reader engagement. She has worked at The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, The Gwinnett Daily News, and The Gainesville Sun covering lifestyle topics.

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Unfortunately, women often miss the mark and lose the chance to exchange the kind of kiss that sparks a significant connection. Most of us are convinced we are good kissers — even if we’re not. (This is true for men too, of course!)

It isn’t completely our fault, however. Usually, if we suck at kissing (no pun intended), our guy usually doesn’t have the cojones to tell us we’re no good in the make-out department and we go on being a bad kisser for years.

Now’s your chance to turn things around and create a positive situation. Dating involves a ljot of adjustments, which is to be expected, and a lot of trial and error. We have to get to know each other’s bodies and explore what things we like to do together.

If your girlfriend is a bad kisser, give her a Kissing 101 class, albeit subtly. While you are kissing her, tell her what you like and show her how to do it by doing it to her.

“I like it when you gently kiss me…like this….” When she does what you like, tell her. She will get the hint.

Trust me, every woman wants to be a good kisser and make her man feel the va-va-va-VOOM!

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