What makes a good cuddler

What makes a good cuddler

What makes a good cuddler? Although specifics will vary according to personal taste, there are some universal qualities that make someone an above average cuddler. Reciprocation Most importantly, a good cuddler should be a giver and not just a receiver. Reciprocation is at the heart of all good things between two people. Responsiveness In order not to be considered a dead fish or a cadaver, my favorite terms for certain types of receivers, responsiveness is key. That is done by…

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Finding a Cuddle Companion

Finding a Cuddle Companion

Finding the right person or persons with whom to share the cuddling experience can be a time-consuming task, but it’s worth all the time you invest in it. You’re going to be spending some very intimate, quality time with this person. While we normally date in order to get permission to get that close to someone else’s body, in cuddling you have both agreed to get physically close without the need to date first. So there does need to be…

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Does a cuddle buddy cure insomnia?

Does a cuddle buddy cure insomnia?

Joni Reene from Opposing Views has written an article on the degradation of her health as a result of lack of touch. She was fortunate enough to know a friend who she could approach for pressure-free intimacy. It was only after she got herself a cuddle buddy that her insomnia was cured and general well-being improved. An opportunity arose for a guy friend to come over that evening. I made sure we snuggled for an hour, just chatting about our…

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Survey reveals America’s most cuddle-friendly states

Survey reveals America’s most cuddle-friendly states

Nevada has the highest demand in the US for no-strings-attached intimacy, according to a survey by CuddleComfort.com, which came out of beta today in the United States. West Virginia claimed second place, while Maine proved to be the state least in need of affection, at 94% below America’s average. Over a period of six months, CuddleComfort.com monitored 300 visitors from each US state to determine their average time spent browsing for a cuddle buddy. The results from each state were…

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Cuddle hormone can make you angry

Cuddle hormone can make you angry

New research shows that oxytocin, the hormone that makes us feel good from cuddling, has a darker side. Andrew Kemp of the University of Sydney who co-wrote a paper in Current Directions in Psychological Science with colleague Adam Guastella, has discovered that oxytocin can actually promote negative emotions. They found that oxytocin can increase gloating, envy and even anger. Salespeople may have to think twice now before spraying oxytocin on themselves in the hope of increasing trust from their customers….

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Men appreciate cuddling more than women – yes, really

Men appreciate cuddling more than women – yes, really

A new study has revealed that men value the importance of cuddling more than women in a long-term relationship. This is rather surprising to say the least but if that didn’t make you look twice, this will: the study also found that in the long run, sex plays a bigger role in a woman’s happiness than a man’s. The survey, which involved 1,000 couples from five different countries, found that men who reported frequent kissing and cuddling were three times…

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Mattress designed for cuddle buddies

Mattress designed for cuddle buddies

I’m sure you love snuggling in bed with someone you trust but isn’t it a pain when you end up with the inevitable dead arm after a few minutes? One alternative is to put your arm behind their pillow but it’s in no way ideal. Well, say good bye to this snuggle dilemma because someone by the name of Mehdi Mojtabv has designed a mattress specifically for cuddle buddies. By having the mattress designed in strips, it allows for the…

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