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bobbie22 | 17:06 Sun 03rd Jan 2021 | Media & TV
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Lots and lots of programmes have people hugging each other, some lots of times. I was born during the war, and we never ever did this, what do folks on here think.? It gets on my nerves actually

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I wasn't raised to by huggy, but as I got older, I realised most of my friends are huggers so you get sucked in. Now I enjoy a hug and really miss it.
I'm not a huggy person but will hug friends and family if they go to hug me. I'm always hugging little Tigs though and when they were alive I'd always be hugging Tigger and Blue (cats).
only my OH at the moment, though normally son and d-i-l would also get one each. I don't initiate hugging beyond that but am happy to respond to anyone who approaches me with open arms.
Peter Pedant "frigid lot
did no one hug their teddies or dogs?"

yes and I still do, and my family but I hate being hugged against my will. Worst ever hug was the wife of one of DH's work colleagues who wiped my face across her sweaty underarm.
Space invaders
Hugging is one of the things I've desperately missed this past year...I'd almost take one from a stranger.
I have so missed hugging friends and family during the pandemic.
i do now, family hug when we get together, i think more than we used to
I miss the hugs...the greetings hugs....the hugs when Mayo or Kerry score. The hugs to show you care.

A friend was in a psychiatric hospital near me. She ran away and came to my house. She stood in the doorway and said....You can take me back G. but I just need a hug.
For God's sake if you missed being hugged during this pandemic, then you must be very insecure .
I was born pre WW2 into a non tactile family but developed into a tactile, hugging person......but have I missed it?...naaah!
Hugging being therapeutic? Only if you are emotionally disabled.
hugging is nice thing to do with family and friends when you could, now that's not possible.
Not so Sqad, though thanks for the diagnosis.

Research has proved the benefits, obviously not if you don't wish to partake of course - that's entirely different.
I got some lovely hugs off my 6yr old granddaughter today. better than any tonic.
That's ok for you to say, Sqad...you've got Mrs Sqad...
I don't hug! For me its the best bit of the past year. I hate it especially with people you don't know well - same with that false air kissing and both cheek kissing. Having said that I don't like public shows of affection of any form.
Sqad - that's outrageous. Who wouldn't want to hug their children, grandchildren and closest friends? IMO it's those people who eschew hugs who have the emotional problem.
Sadly, my parents never hugged me and, while you might think I would address that, | never hugged my kids. And I feel bad about that.
we used to do group hugs at work
we had some very good workers who went froo stressed periods and needed to be reassured they - - - didnt walk alone

stabby stabby and muggy muggy - yeah rough part of the city

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