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Kissing School draws interest around the globe. Byrd is swamped with media interview requests, particularly around Valentine’s Day. She has been heard in New Zealand, Australia, Japan, Switzerland, Thailand, Uruguay, Lebanon, Columbia, on the BBC in England, and more. She’s especially popular in Korea, she says, where Valentine’s Day is a big celebration. Although based in Seattle, Byrd also conducts classes around the U.S., most recently in New York City and Sun Valley, Idaho.          .

 
 
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KISSING SCHOOL
7 Lessons on Love, Lips, and Life Force.

One plus One Equals One

We cultivate intimacy by letting down the walls between what seems to be inside of us and what seems to be outside, between what seems to be a separate You and a separate Me. The quantum sciences…


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Kissing School Hungry Ghosts

When kisses deliver no emotion, no resonance, no presence, you’re left wanting—maybe subtly, maybe deeply. When there is a flatness to your beloved’s gaze and a vacancy in their response, you get hurt in a profound way; you have a sense of being entirely missed. You’re left hungry…


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Kissing school book review
by Angela Earle

Since any of us may die at any moment, learning to love more fully sounds like the most important, and most urgent, class to take. So opens Kissing School: Seven Lessons on Love, Lips, and Life Force. This is not a book about technique…

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The Art of KissinG interview military wives

When you kiss your spouse, do you peck them on the cheek? Twist tongues? Exchange spit? Press your lips against each others’ until it feels done?

If that’s all you think kissing is, then…