Saturday, September 25, 2010

Sarah Brown is Very Comfortable With the Receiver of this Hug

Britain's former prime minister Gordon Brown arrives with his wife Sarah (R) at the Labour Party's annual conference in Manchester September 25, 2010. Britain's opposition Labour Party, after spending months licking its wounds over an election defeat, elects a new leader on Saturday who will seek to step up pressure on the government over its deep public spending cuts. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS)

Britain's former prime minister Gordon Brown arrives with his wife Sarah (R) at the Labour Party's annual conference in Manchester September 25, 2010. Britain's opposition Labour Party, after spending months licking its wounds over an election defeat, elects a new leader on Saturday who will seek to step up pressure on the government over its deep public spending cuts.

When we hug someone in a social setting it is not ordinary to close our eyes- so when we see someone close their eyes it is a clear sign they are comfortable.

From an emotional standpoint we ordinarily close our eyes- when touching someone else- to block out visual distraction so we can fully engulf ourselves in the sensation and comfort the touch provides.◦
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1 comments:

Judy Croome said...

Your blog is great. I'm learning so much from it. Thanks for the effort!
Judy