It had already found that the position in which you sleep alone says a lot about your personality. But the position in which you sleep with a partner also reveals a lot, but this time in your relationship! View couples.
1. BACK TO BACK, CONTACT LESS
It is the sign of a healthy relationship, based on trust and independence of each, yet very connected and close to the each other .
It is the sign of a happy couple, where partners are relaxed and at ease in the presence of the other. They like each have their space, but in need of the presence of the other, remaining in touch.
3. BY SPOON
18 % of couples are sleeping in this position.
This means that one partner feels the need to protect each other, to take him under his wing. It can be both positive and show the interest that one gate to another. But it can also show an imbalance in the couple.
4. INTERLACES FACE TO FACE, THEN SEPARATED IN THE NIGHT
These couples have found the right balance between proximity and independence, which shows a very good balance in the relationship.
5. ONE OF TWO STARFISH IN THE MIDDLE OF THE BED
When one partner takes all the space in the bed, it often means that dominates the relationship and the other has a secondary role. This is evidence of an imbalance in the couple.
6. ENTWINED, HEAD ON THE CHEST OF THE OTHER
This is a common position at the beginning of a relationship, when man falls asleep on the back and hugged the woman , laying her head on his chest . This is often the sign of a strong and passionate love, or just be revived .
7. FACE TO FACE, WITHOUT CONTACT
This is a sign of fear of lack of closeness and communication between the couple. The partners need ongoing close, and do not live very well when not in constant communication with each other.
8. FACE TO FACE, ENTWINED
This very intimate position is often a sign of a couple very romantic and very close, but probably lack independence.
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