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This topic contains 6 replies, has 1 voice, and was last updated by cha 4 years, 11 months ago. Hi idk if u guys remember me, but okay i just have a quick question. Is it bad to make out on a second date? He knows im fascinated with lights and all. Then he started hugging me then kissing me on my forehead and he picked me up cuz i was teasing him and all. So idk, we all had fun and all.

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Sarah Frost. A bad kiss is a bit of a dealbreaker.

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I suppose what I mean is bad chemistry is a deal breaker. But chemistry is an equation I think, I slept through science and an equation has two parts.

The reason making out is sometimes bad is we put too little thought into it. Let me explain a little further, because I definitely do not believe matters of the heart should be thought about too much. The initial action, at least. By de, I think too much.

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Think about what you hope for from them. A connection is a lot easier when those two things match up.

For example, the last guy I made out with was from—quite literally—the other side of the world. He was in town for two days, and I knew that from the beginning. And I thought about it—I thought about this for a minute before I went into the situation, as I was walking into the bar.

Is having an intense make out session the same as "giving it up too early" if you first start dating?

I thought about what he was probably looking for and they added up. So I made out with him —and it was really, really fun. You said yes to the date, after all. Just do. Thinking at this stage in the game is what gets us flustered and makes it bad—worrying whether something will go well or badly is generally guaranteeing it will go badly.

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Enjoy it for what it is. Have fun with it! So play it up. Be flirty.

And as is the case with all good things, make sure they leave wanting more. Sarah Frost thinks life is one big adventure—and should be treated that way. She grew up in Texas and quickly realized humidity is no one's best friend. Somewhere along the way she fell in love with words, and wanted to write as often as she could, so she does that as often as she can.

She believes there's good in every day and the world was made for traveling, so she spends her time laughing as loudly as possible and looking for her next adventure. I mean, most of the time, at least. Think Things Through Let me explain a little further, because I definitely do not believe matters of the heart should be thought about too much.

And be playful.