Kissing has got to be one of the best ways that we can show someone how we feel about them. It is also a great confidence booster to be told that you're a good kisser, but not so good if you're told you're not!
Learning how to French kiss properly is something that many people do not know. You've probably heard the nightmare stories of people that kiss like a vacuum, sloppy kiss, have bad breath or just plain kiss badly. Kissing is a great way to show affection so it's important that everyone learns how to do it well.
Many people actually think they are good kissers, and may be shocked to discover that they are in fact not. On the other hand someone who is inexperienced at french kissing may not have the confidence to kiss. This can be a big problem as it can hinder dating and relationships.
When someone mentions French kissing it's quite likely that you'll think "tongues". French kissing isn't all about tongues though, and those that concentrate solely on it may find it difficult to learn.
Although it may seem a bit strange and somewhat embarrassing you find it useful to practice kissing on your own. If you are already with a partner then talking to them about your fears of not being able to French kiss can help. This way you'll be able to practice safe in the knowledge that your partner won't think any less of you.
If you kiss anyone on a night out don't worry if it's not what you expected. French kissing is very intimate and if you are kissing someone that you don't particularly feel any love and affection for, the kiss may not spark the passion that you'd expect. See how they react to your kiss so that you can see whether you did things right. Reading their body language after you’ve kissed them is a good way to find this out.
As with anything practice makes perfect, so don't expect to be a great kisser overnight. However, if you listen and learn from the tips in my recommended guide below you will be a great kisser sooner than you think.