5 Interesting Ways to Kiss Your Boyfriend

A kiss has been a symbol of love and passion for thousands of years, helping to bring two people together. With that being said, little has changed about the ways that we kiss one another. Many realize that they kiss their boyfriend the same way that they kissed them when they first met them. It is important for couples to switch things up a little bit, as it helps to keep the relationship fresh and new. Use these five interesting ways to kiss your boyfriend to help bring excitement and passion into your relationship.

After Some Ice

Couples are used to the warm feeling that they get when they kiss each other. Try to change this up a little bit by kissing your boyfriend after eating something cold. Ice, ice cream, and frozen drinks can help to chill your lips, giving your boyfriend a new and interesting sensation.

From Behind

The usual kiss comes from the front, as couples approach each other and tilt their heads for the kiss. One interesting way to change up your kissing habits is to approach your boyfriend from behind. Kiss him on the shoulder or the back of the neck; this new sensation is often seen as romantic and sexy.

Tease Him

Kissing can be an incredible way to tease your boyfriend. Kiss him passionately, and then back off. Kiss him a few times, and then kiss other areas of his body, before stopping. Your passionate kisses, and the sudden stop to them, will leave him begging for more.

Make it Taste Good

One of the easiest ways to surprise your boyfriend is to try out flavored chap sticks and lipsticks. Your boyfriend will get a taste as he kisses you, offering a new sensation to the usual action of the kiss.

Make it Passionate When it Usually Isn’t

One of the easiest ways for women to change things up is to do things in unexpected ways and unexpected places. Try to kiss your boyfriend passionately at times when you usually wouldn’t. If you are saying goodbye, pass on the simple peck on the cheek and go in for a passionate kiss. When your boyfriend comes up to give you a peck as you work at a home office or cook dinner, turn around and give him a passionate kiss. These random moments of passion are unexpected and exciting.

While your boyfriend may find some of these different kisses sexual and romantic, they may find others to be awkward and uncomfortable. You need to think about your boyfriend and his personality before you try out these different interesting ways to kiss your boyfriend. The perfect kiss can often be one of the most romantic things that you can do.

You Really Can Win Back Lost Love

If you are reading this article, then it’s probably safe to assume you have recently gone through a break up. It’s also a safe assumption that you are either ready to be single and move on with your life, or you want to know how to win back lost love. There is also a good chance that you sometimes waver in these feelings and aren’t sure what to do.

Whatever you are going through, it may help to know that you are not alone and millions of people before have gone through the same thing. What does that have to do with you? Well, these are the people who learned from their mistakes. This means you can follow their time-tested advice and not have to make unnecessary mistakes of your own.

Before you start trying to win back your ex, you need to be honest with yourself. You have to be as objective as possible and ask yourself if you really want to get back together with them. Your initial reaction may be, “of course I want them back!”

But take some time to dig deeper. Perhaps you just don’t want to be alone. Or maybe you are more interested in the idea of being in love. Don’t feel bad if you ultimately decide to stay apart. Better to know it now than to move forward on false pretenses.

For the rest of this article, we will further assume that you want to win back lost love. In that case, one of the first things you must do is apologize for your past mistakes. This can be tricky if you’re not sure what they are. Even if you have said you’re sorry numerous times, keep trying.

Again, do some digging, some soul searching and you should be able to uncover the things you need to apologize for. Also, be sure that your apology is sincere. In other words, apologize because you want to, not because you think you’re “supposed to”.

If it was your ex who did wrong, then an apology would be great, but don’t expect one. It may or may not happen, and if you want them back, you can’t wait forever. Instead, you will need to forgive them.

You don’t necessarily have to forget, but you won’t hold their past actions against them; though you may watch for certain signs of trouble in the future. However, be careful that this comes from a place of logic and doesn’t evolve into mistrust. True forgiveness can be difficult, but will go a long way towards keeping your future relationship harmonious.

Finally, be willing to make any needed changes to make things work. But don’t go so far that you lose who you are, or to the point of being phony. You need to love each other for who you are. And, if you follow the tips above, and do things right then you will a very satisfying answer to the question of how to win back an ex.

What To Say To Turn Your Boyfriend On – 5 Magic Phrases

Couples who have only been together for a few months have no trouble trying to turn each other on. There is a certain aspect of lust and excitement that sticks with the relationship, making relations simple and easy. As relationships grow, however, men and women need to work on sparking that passion in their relationship.

Many fail to realize that a simple word or phrase can turn someone on. These five different phrases will teach you what to say to turn your boyfriend on. You can simply use one of these phrases to get the passion flowing; use a combination of these phrases to really turn him on.

You’re Hot

This simple, two word phrase can do wonders for your relationship. By telling your boyfriend that you think he is hot, you are telling him that you are physically attracted to him. This gives a confidence boost to your boyfriend, helping him to feel wanted and sexy. When a man feels sexy, he is going to be turned on.

You’ve Been Working Out

If your boyfriend has been working out on a regular basis, acknowledge it. Telling your boyfriend that you have noticed the changes to his body will help him to feel confident and accomplished. When a man feels confident, he will be turned on.

I Want to Be On You

There is nothing sexier than a woman who takes charge in the relationship. Men often feel as if they are the instigator in the relationship. By telling your man that you want to be on him, he will feel wanted, sexy, and confident. As mentioned before, this combination will help to turn your man on.

Anything On a Text

Sexting is one of the latest trends, gaining popularity because of the way that it makes both men and women feel. If your man is at work, text him a few sexual messages. Texting him different messages, including these tips, will help to turn him on when he least expects it.

I’ve Been Waiting For You

If you are waiting for your man to get home, be sure to greet him at the door. Tell your man that you have been waiting for him to get home in an excited and passionate way. This is another way of letting your man feel wanted and sexy, boosting his confidence and turning him on.

Some of these phrases may make you feel somewhat awkward and uncomfortable. There are plenty of women who are not used to saying some of these things to their boyfriend. No matter your feelings, you need to work to make these phrases sound sincere. If these phrases seem forced or insincere, they will not work. Practice saying these phrases in a mirror until you are comfortable with what to say to turn your boyfriend on.

The Right Way To Get An Ex Back

Have you just gone through a break up? And are you now wondering how to get an ex back? If so, you are not alone. Virtually everybody has broken up with someone at one point or another. However, most of those people decided to move on instead of trying to get back together with an ex. But, those people aren’t you.

If you are ready to do what it takes and willing to do a little work to get your ex back, then there is hope for you and your situation. To put it simply, being broken up doesn’t mean you can’t get back together.

Even though it may seem impossible right now, in the vast majority of cases, there is no real reason why both parties can’t work through their issues and be a couple again. The key is knowing what steps are needed to win your ex back.

Before you do anything else, it is absolutely essential that you uncover the real reason why you broke up. This is harder than it sounds. That’s because the first few reasons you think of, are likely not the real reasons.

You need to do some digging to get to the underlying causes that led to splitting up. While you can’t go back in time to change things to prevent the break up, you can learn from the past, but only to the degree that you are able to find the true cause of what went wrong.

One single event may have been the cause of your break up. But more often than not it’s a series of events or behaviors that have accumulated until they reached the boiling point that caused you to split. Regardless, it’s going to take some work to get to the bottom of things.

And you have to do so before you can move forward. Sure, you may be able to take shortcuts to get your ex back, but you will only be headed towards trouble again. If you’re going to make an effort to get back together, you may as well do it right and be in a longer term relationship.

The next step to getting your ex back is to not appear as being needy. When you want to get back together, you want to do it now. There is a tendency for people in this situation to wear their heart on their sleeve, and be overly emotional. You will do much better if you appear confident and well-adjusted than if you appear to be an emotional wreck. To put it another way, confidence will be more appealing to your ex than fragility.

Finally, do not play games. A lot of people will tell you to get even with your ex, or try to make them jealous. That’s not only immature, it’s also manipulative and not the kind of foundation to build a renewed relationship on. Also, it sends a strong signal that you are not well-adjusted. Who would want to be with somebody who’s going to manipulate them into doing things they don’t want?

Teenager Dating – 8 Tips For Peace Of Mind

And you thought the ‘terrible two’s” were bad, now your teenager wants to start dating. When it comes to teenager dating many parents will find it somewhat less challenging if all parties involved are well aware of the ground rules and expectations.

When your child enters their teen years, it’s time to start talking about what you consider the proper age for dating. The earlier you let your child know what age you think they need to be before they can start dating, the less (hopefully) fighting will occur. Children and parents almost always have different ideas of when they should start dating, but at least if you’ve talked about it openly for some time, neither of you will feel blindsided.

Here are some great tips to keep your teen safe when they begin dating:

1. Make it very clear to your teen what your expectations are as to the type of dates they are allowed to go on. For example, if your teen is only allowed to go on dates with another couple(s) make sure they, and their date, know that.

2. Be very clear as to what time their curfew is as well as what the punishment will be if they are late. Again, make sure their date knows this as well.

3. Make sure your teen never leaves the house without a cell phone and some money.

4. Make sure you always keep the lines of communication open with your teen and let them know that if they get themselves in a jam, they should call you and you will come and get them no questions asked (at least not until you are both safely home).

5. Even though some parents find it hard to do, make sure that your child has knowledge about sex and the consequences of sex such as STD’s and pregnancy. Being a parent means you can’t be a wimp, if you feel uncomfortable talking to your teen about these issues, too bad, get over it. The life you save may be your kid’s!

6. Also, explain the dangers of drinking or doing drugs specifically in the context of dating. Make sure your teen understands that if they drink and drive they could kill themselves or one of their friends. Also make sure they understand that being drunk or high can impair their judgment when it comes to things like having sex.

7. Make sure that you meet their date. You don’t need to grill them, but just some polite conversation is fine as well as a friendly reminder of what your expectations are when it comes to curfews, acceptable places to go, etc.

8. And last, but not least, let your kid know you love them and even though you worry about them that it doesn’t mean you don’t trust them. Just let them know that you will be there for them no matter what and if they ever need to talk to you, just listen.

When you have kids, the scary changes just seem to keep on coming at you and teenager dating is one of those changes. The best thing you can do to help your teenager get through this time is to try to keep communication lines open no matter what. Believe it or not, more often than not they really are listening.

Teenage Online Dating – Parent Be Aware

The world has gone digital, today it’s estimated that more people will meet someone to date online than off. This trend is also showing up with teenage online dating. Many adults would argue that kids are in school and have part time jobs so they have many chances to meet someone to date right in their own backyard. Whether you think online dating is appropriate for your teen or not, the reality is that your teen is very likely already meeting new people online so it might be good if you monitor their actions so you can help keep them safe.

Of course, not matter what your age, the most obvious benefits to online dating is the opportunity to meet people that you may never have had the opportunity to meet in real life. You can meet people from virtually anywhere in the world and most any cultural background. Unfortunately the downside is that you don’t really know who you’re talking to. That 16 year old from the next town could actually be a 40 year old from your neighborhood. That’s why it’s so important to teach your teen how to be safe online.

Here are some safety tips to instill in your teenager, and this is the time to not worry about repeating yourself:

1. Remind them that they don’t really know who they’re talking to so they shouldn’t give out any personal information such as their address, phone number, name of their school, what kind of car they drive, the name of the mall they hang out in, etc. Any or all of this seemingly innocent information could be all the information a predator needs to come into physical contact with your teen.

Here’s a case in point: there was a story not long ago about a kid chatting with another ‘kid’ online. He was pretty careful to not give away too much information but he did mention the name of his school. In another conversation, weeks later, he mentioned that he and some friends were going to the local mall. The ‘kid’ he was chatting with online was an undercover police officer and he used this ‘innocent’ information to track down the kid he’d been chatting with when he was at the mall with his friends.

Talk about scary, it’s a good thing that it was a police officer and not a predator. That teen learned a very valuable lesson that day, and you need to tell your kids about this story so they can too… a predator can use the most innocent of information to locate them.

2. If your teen and their online friend think that they’d like to meet, try to talk with them on the phone first, this way it will be much harder to lie to you about who they really are and how old they are. Also never, ever, let them meet anyone from online until they tell you about it. Once they’ve told you about it, the two of you can figure out the safest way to meet their new online friend (hint, it won’t be anywhere near your home or school).

Whether we like it or not, teenage online dating is most likely here to stay. Instead of fighting it (which is likely to just encourage your kids to do it behind your back) talk to your teen about the good and the bad of online dating. Make sure they know how to protect themselves and let them know that they can always come to you if they feel uncomfortable about something that has happened.

Teenage Domestic Violence – 3 Tips To Keep Your Kid Safe

No matter how difficult it is to face, all parents need to understand that teenage domestic violence and dating violence are very real issues. To many of us, it seems inconceivable that this has become such a widespread problem, but whether we can understand it or not, it’s up to us to help protect our kids from this frightening reality.

When it comes to keeping our kids safe there is no magic formula that is guaranteed to work 100% of the time. There is, however, a simple thing that can be done that will significantly increase the chances that your kids will grow up to be smart, healthy and safe. What is that simple thing? You. Don’t ever let your own doubts and fears get transferred onto your child (easier said than done sometimes). Let your kids know that they can trust you and that they can come to you and talk with you about anything. This is vitally important. If you prove to your kids throughout their lives that they can talk to you and you will listen, you’ve gone a long way to help keep them safe.

That’s not to say that you won’t get upset or angry with them, but if you teach them to make good decisions and what is right and wrong than they’ll have a much better chance of avoiding these dangerous situations in the first place. Another thing to keep in mind is to let your kids understand tolerance. I’ve seen it happen too often that parents were trying so hard to instill good moral values in their kids that they just came across as judgmental and intolerant. Be very careful how you go about teaching your kids what is right and wrong so you don’t send the message that hatred and intolerance will somehow make them superior.

Here are some other helpful tips to keep your kids safe when they start dating:

1. Talk to your kids about what is appropriate behavior and what isn’t before they start dating. Let them know that excessive ‘teasing’ or possessiveness are signs of trouble and if they meet someone who does that they should stay clear.

2. Even with the best prep it might happen that your kid is being abused by their boyfriend/girlfriend and won’t tell you. It’s up to you to keep your eyes open. If your child suddenly starts getting ‘accident prone’ after dating someone new, it’s time to get involved. More than one person has been hit by their significant other and claimed they walked into a door.

3. If you have any suspicions that your teen is involved in an abusive relationship it’s time to take action. Make sure that your child does not come into contact with the abuser, if that means sending your kid away to live with their aunt than so be it. It’s also time to contact the authorities and file charges. If your kid is still ‘in love’ with their abuser you need to get them into counseling ASAP, if not this pattern will likely keep playing out throughout their whole life.

Teenage domestic violence is an all too real threat to your teen today. Being proactive and instilling a strong sense of self confidence in your child from a young age are two of the best things you can do to protect your kids, not only from violence but from many other dangers as well.

Teenage Dating Violence – Keep Your Teen Safe

As the parent of a teenager, one of the things you need to make sure of is that your teen understands the very possible reality of teenage dating violence. As scary as it may be, this is becoming and increasingly common issue among young people today. Don’t make the mistake of assuming that this type of behavior isn’t common in teens, it is, as a matter of fact it’s been recently discovered that one in three teens will encounter some sort of violence during their teen dating years.

While you can’t completely protect your kids, there are many things that you can do that may help them avoid this type of situation in the first place:

1. For one thing, talk to your kid even before they hit the teenage years, do everything in your power to let them know they are a wonderful human being and give them the strength and self confidence to stand up for themselves. Always keep the lines of communication open so that your teen knows that they can come to you with a problem and they won’t be chastised or made to feel foolish just because they made a mistake. Let them know that making mistakes is what helps us grow and that you know they will make the right decisions more often than not, but on those rare occasions when they don’t, let them know you love them and have their back.

This isn’t a guarantee that they won’t fall in with the wrong type of person, but you’d be surprised at how much your admiration of them and belief in them can help them make good decisions even when you’re not around.

2. Explain to your teens what is considered appropriate behavior and what isn’t. For example, when someone is dating the school ‘jock’ they may think it’s romantic if he is overly possessive or jealous. Make sure your teens knows that there is nothing romantic about that type of behavior and that that type of behavior is abuse and your teen doesn’t have to put up with it.

Other forms of behavior that often will escalate into physical violence are: mocking, manipulating, playing games, flirting with others, being late for dates or not calling when they say they will, etc. Basically bad behavior of any sort should be considered a danger sign and your teen needs to know that if they see any of this in their relationship, especially in the beginning, that they should stop seeing that person right away.

3. Explain to your teens about date rape drugs and how easy it is for someone to dump some in their drink and what impact such as drug can have on their judgment.

4. And let your teen know that they will meet mostly good people and they don’t have to go through life feeling afraid. Just let them know that if a person or a situation doesn’t feel right it probably isn’t and they should trust their judgment and watch out for warning signs.

Protecting your teen from teenage dating violence is something that every parent needs to be proactive about. The best thing you can do for your kid is to raise them with a strong sense of what they consider appropriate behavior and what isn’t appropriate and the self confidence to distance them self from anyone that doesn’t live by the same code of conduct.

Teenage Dating Abuse – If You Love Me You

It’s an alarming trend, it’s estimated that one in five teens will suffer some sort of physical abuse in a relationship, and of course, teen girls are more likely to be victimized in this way than teen boys. If you want to know what you can do to protect your teen from teenage dating abuse, this article will provide you with some helpful information.

Of course, if you want to protect your kids from a myriad of issues from abuse, to addiction, the best time to start is long before they become teenagers. If you raise your kids from an early age to feel good about who they are and what they have to offer the world, they are much less likely to fall victim to abuse or addiction. Low self esteem is one of the worst things a kid can have when they are going through this difficult transition into adulthood. Be very careful how you communicate with your child, what you consider ‘motivation’ may actually sound to them like condemnation and that can undermine their feelings of self worth throughout their whole life.

Getting your kid involved in something that they love is another great way to increase their self esteem. One word of caution: don’t make this about you, don’t set unrealistically high goals for your child or instead of building up their self esteem it will be crushed. These activities should be something your kid loves to do, they don’t necessarily even need to be good at it. Giving them something that they are passionate about is a great way to help keep them from so many bad choices that teens make today.

Make sure your teen knows that love isn’t trying to force them to do something they don’t want to do. It might be a cliche, but it still happens, the “if you love me, you’ll do it for me” gambit that many young people use to get sex. Let your teen know what love is and what it isn’t. Love isn’t about manipulating someone to do something they don’t want to do, that is just selfishness.

Other types of behavior to tell your kids to be on the lookout for are:

1. If their boyfriend/girlfriend starts telling them what to wear, how to do their hair, who they can see or not see, etc. These are all disturbing signs of an abuser and your teen needs to know that if someone they are dating starts doing this than they should end the relationship right away.

2. If your teen starts acting differently, more moody and irritable than normal, doesn’t want to talk about their relationship, gets overly upset when you say anything negative about their boyfriend, has a lot of scratches or bruises, suddenly stops seeing their old friends, etc. these are all warning signs that your teen may be in an abusive relationship. If you suspect your teen is in an abusive relationship there is help, go to your local domestic violence website and start the search for information, and help, there.

It’s a sad reality, but kids really are growing up fast these days, and some of them are turning into abusers at much earlier ages. If you want to protect your teen from teenage dating abuse, the advice in this article is a great place to start.

Seniors Dating – Dont Let Anxiety Stop You

It’s an unfortunate fact, but many seniors will experience a lot of nervousness and anxiety when they start thinking about getting back into the social scene and dating again. Even if the senior person doesn’t feel much of this anxiety prior to setting up the date, the first date has a way of frazzling even the most steady of nerves.

This is normal. While we would like to think we are well beyond feeling like giddy teenagers, there is something about dating that can bring many of those same feelings back. While the nervousness and anxiety seem logical to the person experiencing those feelings, in reality, the feelings are almost always a product of an overly active imagination. Again, this is normal. But, keep this in mind; Seniors dating today are not facing any more pressure compared to their younger days. And may actually have fewer external pressures than they used to.

Regardless of how old you are, dating does not have to begin as a long-term commitment. All too often, seniors dating will feel as though time is running short for them to find a lifelong partner. They are also concerned that if they do meet someone with whom they’d like a long-term relationship, starting a close relationship isn’t practical because they are “getting too old”.

That simply is not true in any way, shape or form. You can help put your mind at ease if you approach dating as a way of getting to know someone, and not about finding Mr. or Miss Right. The key, then, is to not give into the self-imposed pressure of a ticking clock, but to relax and enjoy dating for what it is: a way of making new friends. It may or may not lead to a more serious relationship, but make it a rule to have fun first, and the pressure will disappear.

Also, as with any other segment of the dating population, seniors will usually be most compatible with those who are in the same age range. This is a good thing, because it typically means that they will share many of the same life experiences; giving them common ground on which to build. Leaving the workforce, losing a spouse and having grandchildren are a few examples.

Regardless of what they have been through, as far as seniors dating goes, they have more of an opportunity to share their memories, experiences, milestones and special moments with somebody else who has a deeper meaning what those things really mean.

As mentioned, anxiety and fear are normal for seniors dating. However, those concerns shouldn’t be so strong that they prevent someone from dating. Starting a fun, exciting and new relationship can have a positive impact on the way we look at life; regardless of how old we are.

What are you waiting for? Go out and share your experiences, meet new people and make friends. If it should then so happen, go ahead and move forward to a more intimate and substantial relationship with a person that you no know likes you for who you really are.