me and my boyfrind know eachother for a long time and just started dating about 4 mos ago. I am having a hard time getting this out. We have not Kissed yet too and that is one of the things that i have been waiting for. I need help. can you help me
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[This message has been edited by takelifeslowgurl2004 (edited 02-22-2004).]
Well, is that because you're nervous or he's nervous? Or, maybe you're both nervous - that happens too. If something inside of you is saying that kissing doesn't feel right, listen to it and keep waiting. If you're just nervous about what he'll think of it, just try it one day and see what happens. I stressed over my first kiss with my bf for about a month before it actually happened, but one day I just decided I wouldn't turn my head when he usually kissed me on the cheek. We had been dating for 3 months then, and had been apart for almost half that time. So, it's okay to wait, really. If you want to talk to him about it, you should, since communication is key in any step of the relationship. Good luck!
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i agree with Anita that you should talk to him about why it hasn't happened. Maybe he thinks you don't want to. you could also make the 1st move.. there is nothing wrong w/ the girl moving in 1st.
I know exactly what you mean. With one of my first boyfriends, we went out for about 4 months before we kissed. I made the first move, finally because he was too shy. IWe were walking along the tracks and I just stopped and looked at him and said "Mark, can I kiss you?" he looked bewildered, then shyly smiled,then nodded slightly. So you can turn it into something totally sweet, just by asking him. That's really all it takes, maybe he's just too shy or scared of making the first move.
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