Start Kissin’ more! The Power of a Simple K.I.S.S.S.

16 Different styles of kissing

Most of us don’t know that kissing can have a powerful and positive impact on our emotional and physical well-being. It’s something that almost all of us have taken for granted our entire lives. Although our article is written for adult relationships, our research on this topic has taught us that it really doesn’t matter who you are kissing (kids, parents, an elderly person) or where you kiss them (cheek, forehead, lips, etc.), it still can have a positive effect.

We will tell you all about the positive benefits of kissing your sweetheart during our Free 5 Day Online K.I.S.S.S. Challenge that is happening November 4-8 at 9pm EST each night. Be sure to register. You will not want to miss how getting or giving smooches to your boo can have a mental and physical benefits that will have you wanting to kiss all day and all night!

Today we share sixteen different types of kisses and what they mean. On our live 5 day webinar, we will share how #kisses can impact and improve your #marriage, #relationships, your #health and your #wealth!

1. Forehead – expresses admiration. It’s a sign of comfort and assurance. Think about when your child falls and get hurt and you kiss them on their forehead or on their booboo.

2. Eskimo kiss – rub noses together. It expresses love. This is a cute way to snuggle and be close to your spouse or have a sweet, funny, loving moment with your kid.

3. Cheek – expresses positive feelings. This is considered a friendly kiss. You may kiss your spouse on the cheek in passing or your mom or dad as a hello or goodbye greeting.

4. Hand – shows respect or love for a person. This is not necessarily considered a kiss of love or affection. It’s basically a greeting and is used in certain cultures in place of a handshake.