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Aren't We All? Two Thirds Of Dating/ In Relationships Brits Are Starved Of Thier Partnner's Touch
Aren't We All? Two Thirds Of Dating/ In Relationships Brits Are Starved Of Thier Partnner's Touch

Well  British people take comfort in knowing that you are not alone in this struggle.

 Recent survey done in British by British people suggests that a majority of people in relationships are not touching each other as much as they should.

Two thirds of people who took part in the study say they feel starved of “cuddling and touching” even though they are in happy relationships.

With three in five people admitting that they wish they spend more time touching and kissing their partners but a third of the couples admitted that they could go days without touching each other.

More than 80% couples said skin touching with their partners is important and half said being touched makes them feel more attractive.

Another surprising finding by the study is that women rate their partner’s touch as the most effective beauty bootester above all make up and skin care beauty booster they spend loads of money on.

The poll of 2,000 people in relationships found that just their partner's touch can make 40 per cent of women feel more attractive - and science supports this.

The physical effect of touch encourages increased blood flow which brings fresh nutrients to the surface of the skin, giving it a natural glow. The Daily Mail writes.

Many of the couples admitted that they thought regular sex was the cornerstone of a healthy relationship. But they often neglected simple daily bodily contact such as stroking, cuddling and holding hands.

Eight out of 10 Brits went as far as to rate touch as the most important element in their relationship.

More than half said touching and being touched makes them feel closer to their partner.

Many couples said they kissed or cuddling once or twice a day but others admitted they could do with a lot more affection from their partner.

Well Brits you are not alone, someone in Africa feels your pain.


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