I don't know when Americans started hugging so much, but it's become a commonplace way to say hello and goodbye. From friends you see daily to acquaintances you see once a year or less, we've all become huggers. But not everyone enjoys it, even if they hug, as Juliet Laipidos points out in her piece "I Don't Need a Hug." Whether you consider yourself a hugger or not, we all have limitations. Which embraces would you say no to if you could?