Dr. James Coan, one of the researchers of " Lending A Hand, " said, We found that holding the hand of really anyone, it made your brain work a little less hard in coping. So whether you're mourning a loss, had a bad day at work or you're just feeling a little down, find a hand to hold. Because, in the wise words of the philosopher Akon, Things will get better if you just hold my hand.
Hands touch, hold, and hug. Hands feed, give, and share. Hands create, mend, and heal. Hands say love! Everyday, our hands show the most important people in our lives how we care about them, from parents helping children learn to walk to families playing and working together to friends waving hello and good-bye. The simplest gesture with our hands can be a profound expression of love.