Cuddlist in the local news

The Daily Hampshire Gazette recently ran an article about fellow Cuddlist, Danielle Eernisse and her client. They also did a brief interview with me about my practice: "Nellie Wilson, 35, who is based in Easthampton, works primarily with people who have disabilities or chronic illnesses. Touch for them in everyday life is often clinical, in a doctor’s … Continue reading Cuddlist in the local news

The business of therapeutic cuddling

A very sweet and informative article about therapeutic cuddling and video with fellow Cuddlist Saskia Larsen: https://qz.com/…/intimacy-for-rent-inside-the-business-of-…/ “Professionals from Cuddlist.com say that cuddling should occupy a sweet spot between a physical and an emotional service. The service’s cuddle sessions offer a mixture of physical touch and emotional companionship.” Our work is based on trust and … Continue reading The business of therapeutic cuddling

Cuddlist and disability

A great video that addresses the benefits of touch for those with disabilities: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-PpU0NSmd84. This is part of why I became a Cuddlist. Having my own experiences with a sometimes disabling chronic illness, fibromyalgia, I know first hand how touch can positively impact the quality of life for those with disabilities and chronic illness. By … Continue reading Cuddlist and disability