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Is a kiss just a kiss?

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Question - (30 August 2015) 1 Answers - (Newest, 30 August 2015)
A female Australia age 26-29, anonymous writes:

I saw an old flame after several years. We ended up kissing. I've kissed an old flame before and not had a good connection. But this person and I connected great in kiss again the moment our lips touched, despite the years we've been apart. I was shocked. I felt myself getting lost in the moment a bit. I cradled his face with my hand and raked my fingers through his hair. He wrapped his arm around me, pulled me closer and closer, and tipped me back. It baffles me that we were able to connect like that with all the time apart. But is a kiss just a kiss? Or is there a reason people kiss like that and connect well?

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A male reader, WiseOwlE United States + , writes (30 August 2015):

A kiss is just a kiss. If you haven't had affection in a long time, a kiss will have a huge impact on your emotions. It doesn't necessarily mean any particular connection was made. Just as sex can be just sex, simply a one night stand. A lot can be communicated through a kiss; but you also have to connect emotionally and intellectually for that kiss to have real value.

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