4 Signs You’re Touch Starved, Not NEEDY

Are you touch starved? Are you feeling unfulfilled in your relationships or dating life? Do you wonder if your desire for touch is a sign of neediness or a genuine yearning for affection? This video is here to help you understand the subtle nuances and provide valuable insights.

We believe that open and honest communication is the foundation of any successful relationship. That’s why we’ve created this video to help you gain a deeper understanding of your own needs and emotions.

We also made a video on the signs of emotional hunger: https://youtu.be/vlBz2cWHM1M

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Hertenstein, M. J. (2002). Touch: Its communicative functions in infancy. Human Development, 45(2), 70-94.

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