Hugging.

Hugging is good medicine. It transfers energy and gives the person hugged an emotional lift.
You need four hugs a day for survival, eight for maintenance, and twelve for growth.
Scientists say that hugging is a form of communication because it can say things you don’t have the words for.
And the nicest thing about a hug is that you usually can’t give one without getting one. 
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About davidprosser

Retired Local Government Officer who started to write at age 60 and hasn't looked back. Writes a humorous diary on the life of a member of the gentry.......and the village he lives in with his sadistic early morning alarm cat Oscar and his wife the formidable Lady J.
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5 Responses to Hugging.

  1. Does that include my dog jumping all over me, putting his head next to mine and curling up to me on the sofa? If so, I’m in there, and no words needed.

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  2. “And the nicest thing about a hug is that you usually can’t give one without getting one.”
    I’m a “southerner” — we hug. We hug just about everybody we meet. Then when i moved to Albuquerque (as much as i’d like to go back) it had one flaw. The locals don’t hug. They just don’t. It was downright confusing. 🙂
    Mega-hugs to you David!

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  3. davidprosser says:

    You’ll have to teach them Teagan. xxx Humongous Hugs to you xxx

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