How Your Sleeping Positions Defines Your Relationship?
One partner is lying on their back, and the other is on their side with their head on their partner's shoulder. While it looks lovely, it can actually get quite uncomfortable after a while, meaning that it's the rarest out of all sleeping arrangements to get any long-term use. But if you do sleep like this, it's a good sign.
Studies show that almost 27% of all couples actually favor the Facing Apart position in bed, making it one of the most common positions out there. In all of mass media and photos, facing apart means only one thing: that a couple has just had a fight, and no longer want to speak to each other. One person turns over with a huff and stares off into space.
Do you or your partner wake up in the middle of the night, fighting for space and the blanket? The, unfortunately, Space Hogging might be your relationship position. It's what happens when the body demands more space than it actually needs - and demands that the other person move right on over.
This one's very similar to Facing Apart, except the couple is so close together that their backs are touching. More common amongst relationships that have just begun, it's like a compromise between intimacy and independence. Some 25% of all couples surveyed favor this position while in bed with their partners.
We all know the times that we wake up so tangled in the other person that it's almost like we've fused bodies. A big, tight mess of clothes and limbs and hot breath, love knots are pretty standard amongst young relationships and passionate lovers, who are still enraptured physically with the other person.
The honeymoon period means you're all over each other, usually resulting in the close, or traditional, spooning position. But as the relationship grows longer, both people are going to want their own space and feel less grabby, leading to loose spooning.
Loosening the Knot
Luckily, the full-blown love knot is pretty uncommon in mature relationships. Many people will instead move into a looser version of the love knot, where there are still many points of contact but it's not as hot and heavy. Believe it or not, it's not a sign that the two of you are becoming distant.
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