And because I’m such an honest person, an open book really, I often expect that others will be the same.
I’ve discovered that this is just me projecting my own qualities onto others; they are not always coming from the same place of transparency as I am.
You know what I'm talking about: Remember that “Sex and the City” episode where Aidan ostracizes Carrie from his “nook” in the bedroom because he's pissed at her?
She can tell something's wrong just from the way he won't let her rest her head in his armpit. Body language is a key indicator of the way we feel.
Cuddling plays such an important role in our wellbeing - it's a natural antidepressant, relieves anxiety and strengthens our immune system.
We invented online cuddling to give everyone, whatever their situation, the opportunity to cuddle.
Next time your partner gets on your case about cuddle time — saying they are too hot, need their space, don’t feel like relaxing — present the evidence.
Research suggests that there’s more to cuddling than meets the eye.
I’m not saying we only cuddle in hope of sex, what I’m saying is, if we cuddle with you, we are going to want sex. We’re only cuddling, giving neck and back massages, and rubbing feet with women we’re attracted to.
That is a natural response from a normal heterosexual man. And our sensational response to that kind of physical contact needs to be respected. What about when we cuddle with women we’re not attracted to? Any man who discounts this practice is one of two things: Gay or dishonest.