Hug More Interview Series – Branka Milojević
Amongst many things, she likes media, culture, blogging and public relations. She is one proud owner of her cat with whom she happily shares hugs every day! She is our huge support and her name is Branka.
WHY DO YOU LIKE HUGS? WHAT DO THEY MEAN TO YOU?
With hugs you can change everything instantly. From sad to happy face just with one tight hug. I always like to show my affection, support and to give courage by hugging someone. Hugs are important, strong and they have special power of the most intensive feelings.
WITH WHO DO YOU HUG THE MOST? WHO’S YOUR FAVOURITE HUGGING PARTNER?
I like to hug people around me but the most huggable creature on this world is my cat :) We need at least 8 hugs a day, so two or three hugs are always reserved for him.
IS THERE A ONE PARTICULAR HUG THAT YOU WOULD POINT OUT AS YOUR FAVOURITE? ANY HUG SO FAR THAT STICKS OUT?
I remember one hug very well bcs that one special moment gave me a lesson that hugs are more important than we think. Sometimes we take hugs for granted and something we do every day, but we don‘t realize that some people are not lucky enough to have hugs every day. So I learned that power of hugs is important when I tried free hugs with random people on the street during holiday season.
IS THERE SOMEONE YOU OWE A HUG? SOMEONE YOU SHOULD HAVE HUGGED OR YOU WANTED TO HUG, SOMEONE WHO DESERVED A HUG BUT FOR SOME REASON YOU STILL HAVEN’T?
Yes, I will always own one more hug to my dad.
IF YOU COULD PICK ANYONE, WHO WOULD YOU HUG? DEAD OR ALIVE, FICTIONAL OR REAL?
I would like to hug Malala Yousafzai, because of all courage and strength she‘s representing and also because of great example she is for young generation in this world.
AND LASTLY, GIVE US ONE DAMN GOOD REASON WHY WE SHOULD ALL HUG MORE?
This is more like one good tip why we should hug more. I read this somewhere and than tried it: If you're angry at a loved one, hug that person. And mean it. You may not want to hug - which is all the more reason to do so. It's hard to stay angry when someone shows they love you, and that's precisely what happens when we hug each other.