Recently though, I notice that I often pass several days without sharing a tender touch with something (or more importantly someone) other than my computer keyboard or the touch screen of my phone. As a result, I find myself feeling more isolated than connected. While I’ve been busy “keeping in touch,” I have actually begun to lose touch with what’s important. It’s so easy to get caught up and even lost in the latest communication trends, but touching and being touched are still the essential forms of connection in our everyday lives. I am reminded of that when my husband caresses my cheek, when a friend places a reassuring hand on my shoulder, or when my dog licks the inside of my elbow.
By taking some time every day to incorporate more physical touch into our lives, we can be a better friend to those people who matter most to us. My husband and I are far more connected when we take time away from our keyboards and put more TRUST in our relationship. Thanks again for a great product and for encouraging us to “stay in touch!”
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