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Cuddling is a great way to relax and bond with your friend or loved one. Here's how to get the most out of your time together.

Step 1: Get a partner
Choose someone your prospective cuddle partner. Hang out a while with them. Enjoy each other’s company.

Tip
Make sure you aren't oozing sweat, body odor, or bad breath. If you are, take care of it.

Step 2: Get comfortable
Take off restrictive clothing. Even better, cuddle when you're wearing pajamas. Suggest a comfortable spot to sit together, such as a sofa, loveseat, or bed.

Tip
Help set the right mood by playing soft music or a romantic movie.

Step 3: Get permission
Make sure your partner is interested in cuddling. If permission is not implied, it's OK to say, "Hey, wanna cuddle?"

Step 4: Get closer
Move closer to your partner. Start by giving them a long hug, or putting your arm around their shoulder.

Step 5: Cuddle
Wrap your arms around your partner and let your body rest against theirs. You can hold hands, or gently caress or massage their shoulders, head, or arms.

Step 6: Share your feelings
Open up to your partner about your feelings to make it more intimate. Or ask how their day went. Use a soft, loving tone of voice when you speak.

Step 7: Enjoy it
Enjoy the feelings of oneness, security, and affection that cuddling gives you both.

Did You Know?
Did you know? Cuddling makes us feel good in part because it can make the body release oxytocin, also known as "the cuddle hormone."

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