Do you keep the passion alive in your relationship with regular kissing, or did you leave passionate kisses with your teenage years?
British women have led Mumsnet to debate whether it is important in a long-term relationship, caused by a woman who said that she and her husband are not Kissed passionately for six years.
The thread attracted a lot of responses with many people who agreed that the kiss had dried up in their relationships, but that they were not particularly worried about that.
Others said it still happens, but it is more likely to happen during sex than to be part of their daily routine.
However, many other women said that kissing is still a big part of their relationship and something they love to do.
Mumsnet's thread saw a woman ask if couples are still kissing passionately (file photo)
The British user said that she and her husband had not kissed passionately for about six years, even during sex.
The woman began the conversation by saying: "We have been together for seven years, married by three, I do not think we had anything more passionate than a kiss on the lips for about six years, yes, even during sex. Do other couples do?
One user said that she was in similar circumstances, admitting that she only smooched her husband on their first date, which was 10 years ago.
"I do not think we do it since then, we do many other things and we show a lot of affection, neither of us likes to kiss," he said.
Another woman said: "I was together almost twenty years, we rarely kissed and only during sexual intercourse (foreplay).
Several women also said that they no longer kissed their partners, although some said they do it but only occasionally.
Several women also admitted that the kiss is reserved for the bedroom in their relationship, while another said it is "normal" to disappear in long-term relationships.
"I mean it's good if it's maintained, but it's not a terrible sign if it does not."
This woman agreed and wrote: "Just when we have sex, apart from that, it's a kiss on the lips, goodbye / good night."
One woman was more thoughtful with her response and said that, in their relationship, they go through phases of wanting to kiss and not want.
Others said that kissing is not part of their lives with their partner, except during sex
She commented: & # 39; We went through phases. Certainly not as much as when we first met. Sometimes it bothers me that we do not care as much as I love a good kiss, but then we'll talk about it again. "
However, several other people disagreed with the woman and said that kissing was still a key part of their relationships.
One said: & # 39; All the time! Are you happy with things? I'm sure kissing all the time is not everyone's cup of tea, so if you're happy, that's all that matters. I'm a big fan. & # 39;
Another wrote: "Well, I've been with my husband for 14 years and we kissed each other quite often … we did it before today and he was also in public." Maybe I'm reliving my teenage years!
A third said: & # 39; Yes, it's very good at that! Snogging is very fun, why would not you? Quick snoot in the kitchen while the children watch TV, quite perfect actually.
Some do not have a hard and fast rule when it comes to snogging and they say they do it when they can
However, several women said that their relationships were still full of passionate kisses, as they still enjoy doing it