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  1. It's very simple – our parent, while we can't walk, carries us in his arms, pressing us to his warm body and making maximum contact. This has been the case for thousands of years, and this mechanism exists. Therefore, such contacts at a conscious age cause similar feelings of safety, calmness and seem pleasant to us. So if you weren't carried around much in infancy, you'll crave maximum contact in adulthood. And if a lot of squeezing, then vice versa.

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