So imagine you're in a fulfilling, healthy, loving relationship with a perfect-for-you partner. The two of you have a blast together, your chemistry is better than anything Walter White could ever cook up, and you deeply care for and respect each other. But when the two of you are intimate, something feels off. You're both able to enjoy sex, your partner regularly makes you orgasm, but when the two of you lock lips? Well, you're thinking your partner is a bad kisser.
Sounds like the end of the world, but it's not. Although kissing plays a huge part in the intimacy of a relationship, a lackluster liplock isn’t a reason to break up with someone. Especially if they meet all of the other check marks on your list. It's possible to teach your partner how to kiss better without hurting their feelings, and it give the two of you practice in the make out department. But if your partner isn’t slobbering all over your face, how can you tell your partner is a bad kisser? Here are nine ways to know if your partner is a bad kisser and in need of a lip lock refresher to keep your relationship in good condition.