Keetra Dean Dixton creates a hug wall that doesn't know who the other party is, and lets strangers take their hearts and embrace each other well.
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Scientists have confirmed that hugging can reduce people's anxiety and can increase our happiness index.But a lot of people are often shy to hug others.Free Hug, which was popular before, was very moving, and most people were hesitant to embrace strangers.(Recommended reading: No more stranger than just a shoulder!Proactively searching for your own fate
Mobile artist Keetra Dean Dixton created an "Anonymus Hugging Wall" to encourage more people to embrace and embrace.
Do you want to be hugged too?Maybe a hug wall like this is what we need.