THE WAY YOU HUG YOUR PARTNER SAYS ABOUT THE RELATIONSHIP

Having healthy relationship between two people is one of the best things in life. People in love – relationships are often not aware of the hidden problems. Not knowing the problem on time can lead to break up or unhealthy struggling relationship. Hugging can be excellent indicator if something missing or should be fixed.

So according to one psychological study the way you hug or your partner hugs you can tell lot about your relationship.

If you by some chance find yourself in this article try to fix as soon as you can and avoid the unpleasant moment of losing your loved one in awkward break up.

Here are three types of hugs that deserve some attention:

  1. The Hugging Like It Is End Of The World

This hug is most known by the name Deadlock – this is a tight hug when you or your partner wants to let go. The meaning of this hug is that you are in a serious relationship and you are about each other a lot and apparently you don’t want to get apart ever.  This hug is normal if it happens after you haven’t seen in a while. Nut if it happens very often – like almost everyday means that you/your partner have fears of losing each other. This can lead to serious problems and need to be fixed as soon as possible.

  1. The Minimal Contact Hug

Hugging a person with minimal contact or particularly with the lower body apart is surely a warning sign. This means that one or both in this relationship are uncomfortable with each other. If you are practicing this hug a lot than you should consider of dealing with some problems. This hug indicates that someone in the relationship has issues with getting close.

  1. The Hugging With Legs Wrapped Around Your Waist

This hug represents great physical attraction among partners and passionate relationship. For sure you two have interesting and fulfilled life between the bedroom sheets.

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