touching


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exciting a deep, usually somber response

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Touching is an integral part of being sexual and affectionate.
Although simply touching a baby is a very important part of connection, developmental guidance as part of an experiential class helps parents become more excited about their baby and derive greater pleasure from parenting.
The speed between hurdles is influenced by the athlete's balance, control, and rhythm upon touching down off the hurdle (Photos 4-7).
When we hear about parents, teachers, coaches, clergy, and bosses caught touching their children and charges in uninvited, destructive ways, it spooks us all a bit and we get even shyer about touching others.
2,3~ The literature inferred that much of the touching done to the elderly and the dying was "instrumental" (that is, required in the carrying out of tasks) rather than "expressive" (that is, to convey acceptance, nurturing and caring).
Their study, published in the October JOURNAL OF CONSULTING AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY, represents a rare attempt to develop guidelines for obtaining information about sexual abuse from children, based on an analysis of youngsters' memories for a real-life situation -- genital touching by a pediatrician during a routine medical exam.
In the laboratory, touching a plant's leaves cna elicit the same growth changes as wind and rain.