I want him to kiss me againVisitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
Me and my boyfriend have made up a week ago from that fight we got in. My friends had told me that I should kiss him but I didn't want to be the one to make the first move, I wanted HIM to be the one to kiss me. My good friend who my boyfriend is also friends with talked him into kissing me. So yesterday, he kissed me on the lips for the first time. We've been going out for almost 5 months now and yesterday was the first time he kissed me.
So today, I met him at the bus stop (he told me to meet him there) and I thought he was going to kiss me. It turns out all he did was hug me and say good bye to me and I kissed him on the cheek and he didn't kiss me on the lips or anything. Even my friends told him to but he didn't.
Yesterday when he did kiss me a few of our friends were around us. Now, I'm starting to think he only kissed me to prove to his friends that he is not shy and that he can kiss me. But I really want him to kiss me, unexspectidly(sp?) though. I know that if I want him to kiss me I should kiss him but I just want him to be the one kissing me.
So how do I get him to kiss me again?
Thanks a lot for all your help.
It's not fair of you to expect him to do all the kissing.
But, here is something you can do that should make him kiss you:
When you are hugging, start rubbing noses very slowly and the odds are very good that he will naturally kiss you.
Another thing to try is to simply tell him you want to be kissed. There no rules against talking to each other.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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