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Handle With Care: Why Hugs Can Hurt Someone With Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome

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There is nothing sweeter than bumping into an old friend and embracing them, but with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS), this type of love can have unintended, painful consequences.

If you know someone who has EDS, then please take a moment to understand why hugging can hurt. This does not mean you cannot demonstrate affection to those who live with EDS — it just means that you must be creative in your approach to showing love.

After all, the worst thing you can do is to not express your feelings to an individual who’s in need of any emotional gesture you have to offer.

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