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Two wives struggle with their husband's performance. Dr. Read has advice for how to address both.


Sex and relationship expert, Dr. Trina Read, is ready to answer your questions.

My husband is a sloppy kisser and I get completely turned off. How can I tell him without hurting his feelings?

During a lifetime, the average human will spend a total of two solid weeks kissing. Hence, never underestimate the power of a good kisser—or bad kisser—and how it impacts your sexual response.

A big reason why long term couples stop the all important "kissing like teenagers" is because of: bad breath; bad kissing technique; or after the initial "honeymoon haze" it seems an overly intimate gesture.


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