General Dating Questions/Hickey

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I really want to know how to give my Boyfriend a hickey, he keep asking me for one, and i never gave one before so i keep saying no. I'm scared that, i might mess up and that'll be embarssing.
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Hi Hope,

This is not normally a question I would answer but I see it was left in the question pool.

You should be happy that your boyfriend has asked, it shows that he wants everyone to know that he's got someone.

A hickey, or 'love bite', is simply bruising. It is caused when you bite (avoid piercing the skin but a little hard) and suck hard at the same time. If you're still in doubt, there are many articles on Google if you search 'how to give a hickey'.

Practice makes perfect!

Karen

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I can answer questions on how to meet people, confidence, what to do for the best dates, problems within relationships, how to interact with your partner and how to end relationships amicably and politely. More specifically, I am best at answering issues pertaining to trust, honesty, openness, fear and communication within relationships. It is important to know that everyone loves differently and we must first identify how a partner (or prospective) partner loves, in order to understand them. I cannot answer questions on whether or not someone sounds like they are interested, people are all different when they like or do not like people. I cannot tell you how someone may react or how a situation will end but merely offer you my advice on the subject.

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I do not have professional experience in the area but my knowledge of psychology, teamed with forever being an agony aunt when it comes to relationships means that I have answered many questions on relationships and am proud to say I have seen quite a few relationships flourish with my advice. I am used to surveying people and guiding them in my daily working life. Due to this, I can read situations very well, often putting a much needed outside perspective to good use.

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BSc (Hons) Psychology

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