A Guide to Healthy Touch: Vitamin T
Vitamin T is the nurturing nutrient found in healthy TOUCH. The US Department of Health & Happiness recommends daily doses of Vitamin T to promote growth. The main symptom of deficiency is loneliness. Natural sources of Vitamin T are handshakes, hugs, kisses, cuddles & rubs from family, friends & co-workers. Megadoses are provided by massage. Positively habit forming. Give with permission only. Guaranteed safe for all ages. Keep within reach of children. Active ingredient: TLC (tender loving care). Vitamin T is absorbed through the skin: soothes the body, calms the mind, nourishes the spirit, relieves stress, restores sense of humor, strengthens self-esteem, heals ouches (Touch minus T = ouch). The book covers: principles & philosophy of Vitamin T personal touch histories from childhood to adult, refusal skills to stop all unwanted touch & abuse, healthy touch & the prevention of sexual harassment at work, guidelines for healthy sexuality, skills to create an abundance of Vitamin T. "Vitamin T is a gift for every body".
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Family Touch Traditions
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adult afterglow amount of touch amount of Vitamin arms baby Bear Hug behavior body language breath cheek child climax comfort level communicate create cuddling dancing degree of intimacy distress doses of Vitamin emotional enjoy exchange Vitamin experience Family Touch feel foot washing form of Vitamin forms of touch Friendly Touch friends gently give greeting hair handshake heal holding hands hurt kind of touch kiss level of intimacy massage occurs okay orgasm painful touches parents partner permission personal space Personal Touch physical play playful pleasure professional receiving relax response Ruby Allen self-esteem sense sensual and sexual sexual abuse sexual intention Sexual Space Invaders Sexual Touch shake hands share shoulders skin sleep someone soothing soul scars Special Touch spooning position STOP Story stress strokes symptoms tell touch exchanges touch history touch needs touch traditions verbal Vitamin T deficiencies Vitamin T exchanges warm