Hugging Is An Excellent Source of Free Dopamine

by Paul Planet on July 11, 2011

Hugging helps the immune system, cures depression, reduces stress and induces sleep. It’s invigorating, rejuvenating and has no unpleasant side effects. Hugging has that magical touch that releases dopamine, a miracle drug.

Hugging is all natural. It is organic, naturally sweet, no pesticides, no preservatives, no artificial ingredients and 100 percent wholesome.

Hugging is practically perfect. There are no batteries to wear out, no periodic check-ups, low energy consumption, high energy yield, inflation proof, nonfattening, no monthly payments, theft-proof, nontaxable, nonpolluting and, of course, fully returnable.

Hugging is an underutilized resource with magical powers. And you can’t give a Hug without getting a Hug.

We all want to Hug more, but most of us are waiting for someone to start. Safety addicts are too afraid to ask. Peer-approval addicts cannot risk rejection. Esteem addicts avoid doing anything that threatens to reduce their esteem, such as admitting that they “need” a Hug.

When we open our hearts and arms we encourage others to do the same.

Think of the people in your life. Are there any words you’d like to say? Are there any Hugs you want to share? Are you waiting and hoping someone else will ask first? Please don’t wait! Initiate!


One Response to “Hugging Is An Excellent Source of Free Dopamine”

  1. I know someone I’m going to give a great big hug right now.

    Posted by Sandra | August 28, 2011, 7:05 pm

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