An interesting new study has shown that male athletes touch each other more than female athletes after a sporting conflict. It also turns out that the male athletes demonstrate better “making up” skills – and it all comes down to touching each other. The researchers suspect that this could be some hardwired behaviour since chimps […]
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Ah, nostalgia! Of course, I am a primate too, so I have suffered from this particular ailment, though I am loath to admit it. I call it an ailment, because like you humans in previous ages, we Neecknabians see excessive … Continue reading →
This is the first in a mini-series about how the senses are used in caregiving. Today’s subject: TOUCH
One of the benefits of caregiving, I believe, is that we touch the people we love more than the average, busy working person.
Young parents know the primal satisfaction of touching their new baby. But when . . . → Read More: THE CAREGIVERS’ LIVING ROOM – A Blog by Donna Thomson: The Caregivers’ Six Senses: Today is TOUCH