Bad breath adds stress to meeting the parents

By - Bad Breath Expert

SUMMARY:  Meeting your significant other's parents is always a stressful experience. The awkward conversation, the uncomfortable handshake or hug and the strange situation of how to refer to them can all make the experience troubling. However, it can be even worse if you have bad breath.

Posted: September 8, 2010

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Meeting your significant other's parents is always a stressful experience. The awkward conversation, the uncomfortable handshake or hug and the strange situation of how to refer to them can all make the experience troubling. However, it can be even worse if you have bad breath.

There are few quicker ways to lose someone's respect than to start a conversation by breathing your halitosis into their face. People with bad breath are often considered to have poor hygiene, which suggests a lack of respect for themselves and others.

The first interaction is incredibly important, and it will never come again. Many people say that first impressions last a lifetime, and the last thing you want, if you are planning on having a future with your significant other, is for their parents to think that you are not worthy of their child.

If you are about to meet his or her parents and you are worried about this situation, a good place to start would be to brush your teeth. This simple step can target many of the odor-causing bacteria that could lead to halitosis.

However, if you experience persistent bad breath and are still worried that the problem will betray you, TheraBreath's line of specialty breath freshening products may provide the extra protection you need to enter the situation with confidence.

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