We kiss the ones we love, and love the ones we kiss.\n\nIf kissing has never been a strong part of your relationship, you actually dont know what you are missing out on.\nFor some people, it is even unimaginable that someone who has a dislike for kissing would express desire for a relationship. That\u2019s like saying you want to work as a lifeguard at a public pool but you never want water to splash water on you.\n\n\n\nBelow we list five reasons why you need to kiss more in your relationship.\n\n1. Helps bonding\n\nWhether it is a casual kiss on the forehead before you rush out in the morning or when you are snuggled up on a cold night warming each other with kisses, intimacy is built between partners when this happens.\n\n2. Helps arousal and enhances sex\n\nImagine sex without foreplay. I bet that doesn\u2019t appeal to you. Now imagine foreplay without kissing\u2026 not very appealing either, right?\n\nKissing is a very important of your sexual experience. It helps increase the chances that both partners will have a good and pleasurable erotic experience.\n\n3. Better marriages\n\nKisses improve the bonding and intimacy in your relationship and marriage. And a marriage based on a bind that keeps increasing is surely a great one.\n\nThe more you are together, the more of each other you know and the stronger the love between you both.\n\n4. Makes you happier\n\nKissing releases endorphins, and to quote Elle Woods from \u201cLegally Blond,\u201d \u201cEndorphins make you happy.\u201d\n\nNow wouldn\u2019t you rather kiss more?\n\n\n5. Reduces stress\n\nApparently kisses also helps you relax your frazzled, dog-eared nerves.\n\nKissing has been said to lower cortisol levels. And cortisol is actually not good for the body because it has a negative effect on your immune system, endocrine system and brain health.\n\nNow that you know that kisses make everything better, wouldn\u2019t you rather kiss more?