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The Power of Hugging

For most people, hugs are truly essential because of that sense of warmth, comfort, and security it provide. Some experts believe hugs could actually make you feel better and even alleviate some pain in your body (e.g. physically, emotionally, psychologically) when sincerely felt or received. For babies and infants, hugs play a very unique position in brain development and intelligence. Several studies show that hugging babies frequently could help them grow smarter, healthier, and faster. Not only do hugs strengthen the bond between the parent and the child, it also enable the kid to reflect positive relationship and happy, carefree life to others. Read the link below to understand why hugging is good for your kids…

The more you hug your kids, the smarter they get

(Credits to Newsner)

– Kristen