How do you hold hands? THAT says it about your relationship!

Do you just take your hands or wed your fingers together? The way of holding hands says more about you both than you think!

Have you ever paid attention to what your hands do when you go for a walk together? Do you hold hands very romantically, do you hook up with your partner – or do you go side by side without any touch? What your hands are doing tells a lot about your relationship! Here you can find out what that is exactly.

Wedged hands holding

You love each other hot and heartfelt. There is virtually no sheet of paper between you and you spend your time in pairs. That’s great, as long as you do not develop too much dependencies on each other …

Weird holding hands

You are a good team, but your relationship is not necessarily marked by passion. This may sound sobering now, but it also has some advantages: The fact that the fire burns only on the backburner, you have a lower risk of loud arguments – and more time for the essentials.

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Hold on only one finger

Of course, you need your freedom. Too much tightness does not do your relationship well – it shows your hand position. As long as both are in constant need of distance, that is no problem at all and can give the relationship a new impetus again and again.

Hook him up

You like to hook yourself in his arm? This means that the roles are clearly distributed among you: you seek closeness and security with him – and he enjoys being able to play the protector. No question, this principle can work wonderfully!

You do not touch you at all?

Not looking at one another at the other can be a bad sign – but of course it does not have to be. Maybe your relationship is not so intimate yet, maybe you just find it easy to walk without holding hands. It’s best to just talk about it – before anyone draws wrong conclusions …

Tipps für deine Partnerschaft: Der Schlüssel zu einer glücklichen Beziehung

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