Most people head off to college with a new laptop and plenty of dorm essentials in tow. I had all those things, yes, but I also headed into my freshman year with an odd little stuffed green frog who was holding a heart. The stuffed animal was a gift from my grandma. Was my very own grandma actually encouraging me to go off kissing lots of men?! But too often there seems to be an inordinate amount of attention placed on the significance of the physical stuff, especially the first kiss.
First kiss stories are almost always affectionate and my first kiss was no different… well, almost! I never did get an opportunity to get my first kiss because all we did was sit in ice cream parlors or in coffee shops and part ways with a pat on the shoulder. I asked my dad to allow me to take the car out the next Saturday and told him that I wanted to take my friends out, and surprisingly, he agreed.
When should the first kiss happen on a date? How can you avoid rejection when going in for a kiss on a date? Instead of worrying about when the first kiss should happen, you should instead focus on making her feel attracted to you throughout the date.