An honest, clever, enjoyable and amazingly radical book.

Jordan‘s take on the paucity of touch in our culture and the resulting negative effects would be depressing, except that the most of the book describes practical paths back to normal healthy, healing and nurturing touch, especially for anyone whose life has become touch barren.

Be clear: Somebody Hold Me is not, not, not about sex. Quite the opposite. Jordan walks her readers through the steps necessary to create and maintain a personal life where touch is appreciated, available and safe.

This book will change your worldview. Read it only if you want to live more fully and enjoy feeling alive way more often.