In what position do the spouses sleep - such are their relationships. A PHOTO
American psychologist Corrin Svit says that meanwhile, in which poses spouses and lovers sleep, and their relationship is a direct relationship, writes Konstantin Shiyan.
"When you are asleep, you can not manipulate the language of your body. This is the time when you are honest and most vulnerable. Your habits about how you sleep in a shared bed can tell a lot about your relationship, "she said.
Here are 10 poses for sleep that can tell a lot about your relationship.
The habit of sleeping with a "spoon" is the most common among all couples. It is especially typical for young people who live together for three to five years. Psychiatrist Samuel Dunkell says that if a woman sleeps with her back to the man hugging her, it can talk about her strong emotional dependence on a partner. This posture provides a woman with a sense of peace and reliability, and gives a man a sense of power over his partner, as well as an "obligation" to take care of her. This position, the researchers say, indicates that everything is in order in the relationship, and their romantic phase has not yet ended.
The pose in which the partners sleep face to face, embracing, says, is typical for couples experiencing a period of strong love. People usually sleep like this, who often have sex with each other and almost always - couples whose relationships are just beginning to develop. At the same time, New York therapist Elizabeth Flynn Campbell says that this pose can speak of an overly intricate relationship when people are highly dependent on each other and fear that something threatens their relationship.
When both partners fall asleep lying on their backs, but the woman sleeps head on the body of a man, this may indicate that she is dependent on him. Dankell argues that in such relations one can speak of the domination of a man: he seems to suppress a woman, forcing her to be not only a mistress, but also a devoted companion.
4. "The Cradle of Lovers"
A man is sleeping on his back, a woman is on his stomach on his shoulder. This position for sleep is characteristic for couples, in which a man constantly takes care of a woman and is engaged in her upbringing.
5. "On the leash"
This pose resembles the first, but has one important difference: the body of a man and a woman in it almost do not touch. It's not about embraces. This posture can say that both men and women value independence in their relations, but at the same time trust each other. The degree of affection of partners to each other in this case is not as great as usual.
6. "Foot Lock"
This position speaks of two things. First, this may mean that the partners are not very comfortable with each other. That is, they sleep together more likely from the need for physical closeness, rather than spiritual. Secondly, such a posture can say that the partners are directly opposite characters. For example, a man can appreciate comfort, a woman - his independence.
This position, when a man sleeps on his side, and a woman hugs him from behind, says that at least one partner feels uncomfortable and subconsciously wants to escape in such relations. However, everything can be simpler, Dankell emphasizes: a man only wants more freedom than this woman can provide him.
This position is typical for couples who have been in a relationship for quite some time. It is a compromise between the connectedness and independence of partners. It allows you to create physical contact in a dream, but none of the partners does not hold back each other. If the spouses sleep this way, it means that in the relationship, most likely, everything is in order.
9. The Climber
So usually couples sleep, at least one member of whom has harbored anger or resentment to the partner. This pose is a sign that something is wrong in the relationship. However, everything can be much simpler: one of the partners can annoy the snoring of his second half. Or the room is just too hot to cuddle up to each other.
10. The Pose of the Crab
Such a position of partners during sleep can mean that now in a relationship, everything may be alright, but recently they definitely had serious problems. This pose for sleep is an unconscious hint to the partner that the hurt and pain did not pass.