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01-May-2017 19:43

“You’ve gotta kiss a lot of frogs before you find your prince,” the note accompanying it read. Was my very own grandma actually encouraging me to go off kissing lots of men?!

And more importantly, If you’re dating in your twenties or thirties, chances are that you rely on a number of methods to figure out if you are into it or if the guy you’re dating is into it, too.

So how do you get him to stay interested in you at this early dating stage? What if he gets bored after a few weeks and moves on? It’s one thing to charm a guy for a couple of hours (or one night of fun), but keeping a guy interested for longer requires an understanding of what creates DEEP attraction.

There’s a reason kissing has become a customary part of courtship over the centuries.

Research suggests that a kiss serves as a key indicator during that initial attraction stage, and people certainly do make judgments based on them.

According to evolutionary psychologists at the State University of New York at Albany, 59 percent of men and 66 percent of women say they stopped pursuing a relationship because of a bad kiss.

And from an unromantic, biological perspective, there’s all kinds of data suggesting that the scent of a man could provide subconscious clues about his genetic compatibility.

So how do you get him to stay interested in you at this early dating stage? What if he gets bored after a few weeks and moves on? It’s one thing to charm a guy for a couple of hours (or one night of fun), but keeping a guy interested for longer requires an understanding of what creates DEEP attraction.

There’s a reason kissing has become a customary part of courtship over the centuries.

Research suggests that a kiss serves as a key indicator during that initial attraction stage, and people certainly do make judgments based on them.

According to evolutionary psychologists at the State University of New York at Albany, 59 percent of men and 66 percent of women say they stopped pursuing a relationship because of a bad kiss.

And from an unromantic, biological perspective, there’s all kinds of data suggesting that the scent of a man could provide subconscious clues about his genetic compatibility.

And it also takes the budding relationship forward into the next stage *whether you’re ready for it or not*. [Read: 15 secrets to make your first kiss really memorable!