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Trumpet Master
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Okay, so I got myself a girlfreind. She is waaaayyyy more experienced than me. But lttle ol' me has never doneors than hug someone before this. So we attemt making out and I epicly fail at it. It just isn't very conductive to my fragile self estem right now. She tells me that I am doing fine and it will jus take pracice but I can't help but think "what if I am just a naturally bad kisser"... So yeah it makes me feel very young (for lac of better term). And now the more I write the more confused I am about what my question was in the first place.... But can you please just reassusre me or somthng? Yeah I am just coin to stop talking now.... Or typing, whatever lol

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I was paranoid about being a bad kisser when I first started dating someone, even though she was just as inexperienced as I was. I told a close friend of mine who'd started dating years before, and she told me that, in her opinion, there really aren't bad or good kissers if everyone is enjoying themselves. After all, like other kinds of intimate or sexual contact, what people like is vastly different, so the same person could have someone gushing about their kissing ability and another completely put-off. The important thing is to relax and communicate. I know you can't just turn off nerves (Oh how I wish), but maybe if you start with simple and sweet kisses and gradually explore you can build up confidence.
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Trumpet Master
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Okay, thanks for the advice.

But I think I am going to break up with her. It isn't about the me feeling inexperienced. She is just trying to move to fast with me. We haven't even been going out for a month and she is wanting to do very intimate things. And we were better off being just friends. I hope it doesn't end our freindship, but if it does, my bad.

But thanks for the advice roundray!

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I say you love who you love. Lust over who you lust over. And are happy with who you are happy with. Everything inbetween doesn't matter!!!

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