Have you ever thought about the way you sleep and what does it say about you? There seems to be a science and at least a dozen sources on the internet about everything nowadays. Well, your sleeping position with your partner is not an exception!
Apparently, there is an entire psychology regarding your sleeping position and how do you adjust to sleeping to your partner.
If interested, you can proceed reading all about it down below!
We have good news! Sleeping in this position with your partner leads psychology to a loving and trusting relationship. Trust is something that’s definitely extremely important for the both of you, and your subconscious mind is constantly taking notes.
A lot of people refer to this position as the “Honeymoon Hug” – and they’re not too far from the truth either. What more can we say about a couple sleeping while facing each other at the same time? The two of you are extremely passionate and have a lot of love for each other. Keep on being happy.
The “Shut Up!” Pose
Is your loved one a loud sleeper? Well you didn’t have to tell us that. This pose says it all! If you’re sleeping with a person who has the tendency to either snore or move way too much during your sleep, this is one of the positions you’re going to assume.
Are you sleeping with someone who takes up a lot of space while asleep? We feel your pain. The two of you really need to have a talk about it and think of a solution of some sort. Maybe talking to couples who have been through the same thing can help you by telling you how they managed it. Good luck!
This means that your male loved one is actively taking the role of the protector and healer in the relationship. It is also one of the most traditional and common ways most couples sleep in.
You are lucky to have a man like that!
People describe this position for when the stereotypically “stronger” half, meaning the masculine person in the relation ship is actually held by the “better” half while asleep.
This may indicate that the “stronger” half might be in a bit of a need for care, love, and affection a little bit more than the rest out there. And there is absolutely nothing wrong with that.
The “Heavy Heart” position is the position that’s a bit more troubling of the bunch. Maybe the two of you had an argument of some sort? Or maybe the two of you have gotten a bit more distant?
It could be anything and before jumping to conclusions you should really talk to your loved one about it.
You may be feeling the slight need to separate yourself from your partner due to a recent argument or mistreatment. This is completely normal. Give yourself the time that you need to heal mentally, and have a conversation with your loved one about it.
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