Don’t forget to hug your kids today

Now more than ever it is important to go and hug your loved ones, especially your kids.

I know it is probably getting tiresome to hear about COVID and what it took away, but it is also very pertinent to be reminded of the importance of something like hugging your kids.

Doing something as seemingly simple as hugging your kids can mean the world to them, as it is a great reminder of how much they mean to you and how much you care about them, especially in today’s society where you have most likely not had the chance to be around them as much in the past couple of years.

Hugging is a simple act of reassuring comfort, safety and trust.” And as your kids get older and are old enough to have kids of their own, they gain an even greater understanding and appreciation of what a hug from their mom or dad means, and they start to not take it for granted anymore.

Just like we mentioned during our Hug Holiday blog post, one of the important things that hugging does is it releases a hormone called oxytocin, which helps to strengthen the bond we have with someone. This means that when you hug your kid(s), you are strengthening the bond you have with them.

Go out there and hug your kids – or if you are the kid reading this, go out there and hug your parent(s). Trust us, it will make a world of difference!

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