Fear of Being Touched Hypnosis Script

 By Leslie Riopel
Fear of Being Touched

Human beings thrive on physical contact; caressing and touching each other is essential for intimate relationships as it conveys to acquaintances that we care about one another. Of course, there are also situations in which physical contact is socially inappropriate and perhaps (partially, at least) some people fear invading another person's privacy in case they are accused of misconduct.

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Therefore, there is a line to be drawn as to when it is and isn't okay to make physical contact with another person. This Fear of Touch hypnosis script (also known as haphephobia) is designed to help those people who are in a meaningful relationship in which touch is both desirable and necessary for the survival of the relationship. It may also be beneficial to use when a loved one is ill and we want to feel able to touch them to let them know that we are there for them.

It is well documented that certain forms of nonsexual contact may help the brain release the bonding hormone, oxytocin which can, in turn, stimulate the release of other feel-good hormones such as dopamine and serotonin, while also reducing stress hormones, such as cortisol and norepinephrine.

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