The Position You Sleep In With Your Partner Reveals A Lot About Your Relationship; Discover What They Hide From The World When They Go To Bed

The way you and your partner sleep can tell a lot about the type of relationship you have, if you don’t believe me, find out here.

The way you sleep can reveal many aspects of your personality that even you are unaware of. For example, if you like to sleep on your back it is because you are a person with a lot of inner strength, while if you do it on your stomach you are a more sociable person than you yourself can imagine. This also applies to relationships and the way you sleep together. This according to Patti Wood, expert in body language and author of the book “Succes Signals: A Guide to Reading Body Lenguage” (Signs of success: A guide to reading body language)

This work shows the 10 most common positions that couples adopt to sleep, and those that are capable of revealing the issues that no couple talks about, much less comment with their environment.

Here are some interesting conclusions from the author:

  • “Teaspoon” position

Couples who adopt this position at bedtime tend to protect the other and also make them see that they fully trust them.

  • «Lost Spoon«

This position comes with the passage of time, because when a relationship is just beginning, various studies show that you need to be closer.

So this position only comes with the passage of time and shows that they have matured together and that they can give up certain spaces, maintaining the closeness and complicity that unites them.

  • “The chasing”

This position, as its name implies, occurs when one of the two stands at one end of the bed and the other puts his arm over it, as a way of “affirming” it.

According to experts, this means that whoever is at the end of the bed is asking for more individual space.

  • The triangle

Although, this position is very common after having sex or at the beginning of romance. It does not always indicate that everything can be perfect in the relationship, on the contrary, it also indicates that both may be developing such high levels of codependency that they feel afraid of being without the other.

  • The dissolved knot

This position, although it begins with the spoon, but after a few minutes it ends up dissolved. However, contrary to what you may be thinking, this way of sleeping reveals that both in the couple are mixing the best of each other. Leaving space, achieving balance to have harmony.

  • Free love

When you both sleep looking to opposite sides or turning your back to each other, it means that you both feel absolutely secure in your relationship.

  • The kiss on the back

This position is very similar to the previous one, however, the backs of both touch, managing to maintain a soft contact at bedtime. And it also shows that both of you have achieved high levels of trust in each other.

  • Hug

This position shows an act of tenderness, complicity and security in mutual feelings.

  • The leg hug

It shows the interest that the other shows in having a sexual encounter or the need for restraint on the part of the other.

  • Starfish

If your partner has suddenly started sleeping in a starfish-like position, pushing you to the edge of the bed, it’s time to start worrying. This position shows that he has become a selfish person and little concerned about the space of the other.

If you have not yet noticed what position they are adopting at bedtime, it is time to start observing those little details that may be giving them both positive and negative signs of their relationship.

The way you sleep can reveal many aspects of your personality that even you are unaware of. For example, if you like to sleep on your back it is because you are a person with a lot of inner strength, while if you do it on your stomach you are a more sociable person than you yourself can imagine. This also applies to relationships and the way you sleep together. This according to Patti Wood, expert in body language and author of the book “Succes Signals: A Guide to Reading Body Lenguage” (Signs of success: A guide to reading body language)

This work shows the 10 most common positions that couples adopt to sleep, and those that are capable of revealing the issues that no couple talks about, much less comment with their environment.

Here are some interesting conclusions from the author:

· “Teaspoon” position

Couples who adopt this position at bedtime tend to protect the other and also make them see that they fully trust them.

· «Little spoon« Lost »

This position comes with the passage of time, because when a relationship is just beginning, various studies show that you need to be closer.

So this position only comes with the passage of time and shows that they have matured together and that they can give up certain spaces, maintaining the closeness and complicity that unites them.

· “The chasing”

This position, as its name implies, occurs when one of the two stands at one end of the bed and the other puts his arm over it, as a way of “affirming” it.

According to experts, this means that whoever is at the end of the bed is asking for more individual space.

· The triangle

Although, this position is very common after having sex or at the beginning of romance. It does not always indicate that everything can be perfect in the relationship, on the contrary, it also indicates that both may be developing such high levels of codependency that they feel afraid of being without the other.

The dissolved knot

This position, although it begins with the spoon, but after a few minutes it ends up dissolved. However, contrary to what you may be thinking, this way of sleeping reveals that both in the couple are mixing the best of each other. Leaving space, achieving balance to have harmony.

· Free love

When you both sleep looking to opposite sides or turning your back to each other, it means that you both feel absolutely secure in your relationship.

The kiss on the back

This position is very similar to the previous one, however, the backs of both touch, managing to maintain a soft contact at bedtime. And it also shows that both of you have achieved high levels of trust in each other.

· Hug

This position shows an act of tenderness, complicity and security in mutual feelings.

The leg hug

It shows the interest that the other shows in having a sexual encounter or the need for restraint on the part of the other.

· Starfish

If your partner has suddenly started sleeping in a starfish-like position, pushing you to the edge of the bed, it’s time to start worrying. This position shows that he has become a selfish person and little concerned about the space of the other.

If you have not yet noticed what position they are adopting at bedtime, it is time to start observing those little details that may be giving them both positive and negative signs of their relationship.

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