This week’s tradition challenge is to hug. Touch is important to everyone’s well-being. Teens need it as much as toddlers. Marriages are strengthened by frequent touch. Science supports the medical benefits of hugging—but who needs science to tell you that you feel happier, loved, more connected, maybe even healthier after a hug? 🙂
My husband’s family had a tradition of a giant group hug. They called it a “Hug-Hug”.
For optimum health and happiness, be sure to give each family member a hug each day.