Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Intimacy Poll Reveals More Kissing Means Less Depression

SKILLMAN, N.J. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A kiss a day can keep the blues away if a new study is to be believed.

According to the Intimacy Index from K-Y lubricants, a higher level of depression and stress is associated with a lower frequency of kissing. Simply put: Less kissing means more depression.

Also, couples who kiss but don’t necessarily have sex all the time are eight times more likely to be stress- and depression-free than those who never kiss without having sex.

The survey also reveals that the presence of children benefits intimacy, but only if one feels that his or her partner is primarily devoted to him or her.

But when it comes to intimacy, men are easier to please than women. Men report significantly higher intimacy in their relationships than women do.

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