Touch to Thrive
The Power of Touch
"Touch is the first sense we acquire and
the secret weapon in many a successful relationship."
~ Rick Chillot
Types of Touch
Makes a person feel good and releases endorphins.
Makes a person feel uncomfortable or can cause pain.
Physical connection that leaves no feeling of positive or negative.
"Learning how to connect to your pleasure centers is a science and an art.
Once you learn more about your pleasure centers start connecting the dots,
one brush stroke at a time."
~ Rabbi Ed Weinsburg
Touch & Relationships
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Kubiak, C., S., (2012). Solutions for intimacy, about us. Retrieved from:
Weinsberg, E. (2012). Rabbi offers workshop on reigniting intimacy after cancer and other
illnesses. Obesity, Fitness, & Wellness Week, 3/17/12, 1639.