Touching Recommended

Another study, again posted by the New York Times, suggests a little bit of physical contact does big things.

[I]n recent years some researchers have begun to focus on a different, often more subtle kind of wordless communication: physical contact. Momentary touches, they say — whether an exuberant high five, a warm hand on the shoulder, or a creepy touch to the arm — can communicate an even wider range of emotion than gestures or expressions, and sometimes do so more quickly and accurately than words.

“It is the first language we learn”…

Posted by Will Baum, LCSW