A Guide to Healthy Touch: Vitamin T

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Open Book Publishers, Sep 1, 1991 - Touch - 197 pages
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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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