But, it's both pleasing and human nature to take the hand of someone else.Maybe the last person you held hands with was your best friend when you reunited after months apart.But then when U meet someone you remember all the little things leading up to it being a Sexual relationship.i find holding hands to be more intimate.....shows that u really care for someone cause u are showing them off in public.Touching them in public in a none sexual way...tells people "hey this is who im with".Whoever it was, the reason that person held your hand wasn’t unusual or unique.And although I might be one of the only people who prefers holding someone's hand to going home with someone for the night, it isn't just an odd aspect of my personality.
This is why handshakes (and how they're done) play such a vital part in business meetings - we want to feel that we can trust the other guy to make a deal.
It seems to us that it's OK to hold one's hand but not the other, even if we like them both very much. An heterosexual man in the western culture will almost never hold hands with another man, that's why the photo of George W Bush holding hands with the Crown Prince Abdullah of Saudi Arabia hit waves in the US, but was received calmly in the Arab culture. What does it mean to hold hands in different contexts and of course, how can we apply it in our daily lives.
The most obvious meaning for this gesture is the involvement of romance.
The way your fingers intertwine with another person's is both innocent and special.
It isn't always romantic, and it certainly doesn't always mean something.