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THEMADHATTERXXXX THEMADHATTERXXXX 46-50, M 25 Answers Aug 22, 2011

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It's the most basic form of communication, simple and honest. Now I feel like a hug.

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**hugs sweet abbey**

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Awww, thank you, dear Sunni! *Hugs back*

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Closeness is something almost all of us crave.<br />
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Inbuilt from babyhood.

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Its biological need....skin to skin, touch

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It feels safe

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mmmmm true

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the warmth gives a sense of being cared.

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true...nice answer.

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shut up meteor.

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ite

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I need a hug...cuddle...nuzzle....when you dont get it..you miss it.

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to stay connected

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Hugs let you know that you will be secured. Its in our genes to feel good when we hug someone.

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Hugging is said to release a hormone called oxytocin which makes us feel happier.

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because were human?

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i need a hug :<

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aaaawww ... bear hugssssssssssss :)

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Why do they feel good? Because when that person you care about even play hugs you and you hug them with passion and then you are sitting at home thinking of that explosive feeling of love when you do. Especially when it's someone you like secretly. I just flat out feels good.

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They do ?

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Cause we all like affection, and an embrace every now and then.

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sigh...it's been a long time... :/

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even children that grew up with no love............finally relent to a forced hug........biological need, definitely

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Is a tender way yo feel loved and show our love. to the people we love. Being as close, as possible. is wonderful to hug and be hugged. <br />
We need 4 hugs a day for survival. We need 8 hugs a day for maintenance. We need 12 hugs a day for growth

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haha this is great! does spooning count as a few hugs?

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