365 New Ways To Hug Your Love This Valentine's Day

Enjoy a great new way to hug every single day of the year. From happy and healthy hugs, to fun and refreshing hugs, 365 New Ways To Hug Your Love will be your go-to guide for all your hugging needs. This new book by Dr. Hug contains enough hugs to satisfy you and those you love.


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Hugging therapy is definitely a powerful way of healing. Research shows that hugging (and also laughter) is extremely effective at healing sickness, disease, loneliness, depression, anxiety and stress. A proper deep hug, where the hearts are pressing together, can benefit you in these ways...

This new book by Dr. Hug will show you 365 New Ways To Hug Your Love Now!

New hugs include: Exciting Embraces (hugs to thrill), Sports Squeezes (hugs to win love), Wrestling Wraps (hugs to hold love), Healthy Hugs (hugs to be healthy), Silly Squishes (hugs to be happy), Animal Hugs (hugs to have fun), Soothing Squeezes (hugs to refresh), Dancing Hugs (hugs to move you), Touching Hugs (hugs to feel love), and many more.

Exciting Embraces include the Roller Coaster Hug, Helicopter Hug, Tilt-A-Whirl Hug, and Rocket Hug. Sports Squeezes include the Baseball Swing Hug, Football Shoulder Hug, Tennis Serve Hug, and Backstroke Hug. Wrestling Wraps include the Headlock Hug, Chicken Wing Hug, Half Nelson Hug, and Full Nelson Hug. Healthy Hugs include the Stretch Up Hug, Yoga Hug, Jog Hug, and Bicycle Hug. Silly Squishes include the Telescope Hug, Blowout Hug, Fish Face Hug, and Frisk Hug. Animal Hugs include the Horse Race Hug, Elephant Hug, Reindeer Hug, and Penguin Hug. Soothing Squeezes include the Back Scratch Hug, Shoulder Massage Hug, Temple Massage Hug, and Facial Hug. Dancing Hugs include the Twirl Hug, Slow Dance Hug, Stomp Hug, and Tap Dance Hug. Touching Hugs include the Cheek Hug, Chin Hug, Eyelash Hug, and Forehead Hug.

Virginia Satir says, "We need four hugs a day for survival. We need eight hugs a day for maintenance. We need twelve hugs a day for growth." With all of these new ways to hug, you should have no problem getting out there and hugging those you love!

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