You Can Learn More About Your Relationship by Your Sleeping Position
The most favorite part of the day, for most of us, is going to bed. But that is the time when we show our true selves because of our subconscious. More interesting thing is that when we sleep we can’t pretend and we cannot fake our body language. We can even discover more about our relationships by the sleeping position. Which one of this position is yours? Find out what it tells!
When you are awake maybe you cannot see this, but if you and your partner sleep on the opposite sides of the bed it means that you need some space in the relationship. Although if that happens repeatedly maybe it is a sign that you need to take a good rest.
This position means that you and your partner have different needs. You like different things from the relationship: the one has a lack of space, and the other wants more intimacy.
On his shoulder
When woman is doing this, it means that she is relying on her man. So girls and women, don’t do this anymore. Learn how to be independent and how to live without your men.
Face to face
Pillow talk is the best phrase that can describe this position. It describes that the partners have great contact and conversation.
The romantic position
The man is laying on his back and the woman is next to him with her head on his chest. This position is usually used when the relationship is new.
If you are in this position, turned face to face and the legs intertwined before you fall asleep, it means that you are independent, intimate, and sexually active.
He is the little spoon
The male partner needs love and care.
She is little spoon
If she is in this position it shows that the partner loves, protects and cares for her.
Back to back
When the partner’s backs are touched while sleeping it means that they are comfortable, intimate and relaxed in the relationship they have.
Back to back, not touching
If the backs of the partners are not touching, that shows that they are in love and feel strong connection in the relationship, but also, they are independent.