Wellness - General Health | 0-16 yrs

Why You Should Hug Your Child Everyday

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A hug may seem like a simple act of showing your love for your child.  But, do you know what a hug signifies? And what benefits it brings?

Apart from conveying the immense love you have for your child, a hug can help your child grow smart, healthy, secure and strengthen the bond between you two.

Want to boost your child's immunity? Hug her. Is your child angry? Simply hug her. Looking for a way to teach your little one empathy? A hug is a solution.

So, there you go! Go ahead and hug your little one every single day. To know about more benefits of hugging for your child, go through the pages of this ClipBook.

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