For a significant percentage of the population, touch is the dominant sense. Unfortunately, in our sight/hearing dominant society, people who think and communicate best in terms of touch are at a disadvantage. From an early age they are misunderstood, scolded, and made to feel that they do not quite meet others' standards. This work helps readers identify their own dominant sensory system and deal effectively with the often negative consequences of touch dominance in themselves and others. Using real-life scenarios portraying touch dominant people of all ages facing a variety of typical problems, it helps readers understand what being touch dominant is like. Then after describing an easy-to-use "Gentle Art of Verbal Self-Defense" technique, it returns to the scenarios and shows how to handle the situation.