Monday 30 March 2015

Couple sleeping


How you and your spouse sleep together ( as in eyes closed, drool on pillow) can actually tell a lot about your relationship.
Whether you cuddle together, or just stick to your individual sides of the bed, these sleep patterns also translates to different things about your union.
According to The Nest, here's what your night time body language says about your love life.
  1. Classic Spoon: This is a full front-to-back contact, with one person tucked into the other; you know…spooning. What it means: Lying like this shows you have a pure outlook on your marriage and you take on more traditional roles. The person on the outside likes to feel as if they can shield your marriage from problems, while the person on the inside is sensitive. Classic Spooners are supportive and never go to bed angry. Quirks & Perks: Spooners are all about comfort — and comfort foods. You both love digging into apple pie, meatloaf and basically anything that’s warm and gooey.
  2. The Football: This is when both of you are on your sides facing each other with one foot touching. What it means: Having just one foot touching is more than enough contact for footballers, who don’t need 24/7 TLC to feel close. You both have jam-packed schedules…and love it! Sure, you don’t spend as much quality time with each other as you’d like, but that makes those rare moments together special. Quirks & Perks: A lazy Sunday is just about your worst nightmare. You’d much rather wake up early, go for a power run, then check out that new brunch place your (many) friends have been buzzing about.
  3. Cliff-Hangers: This has to do with sleeping on opposite sides of the bed with your backs to each other. What it means: Getting shut-eye in this position can simply mean you’re practical (hey, there’s plenty of room in that big bed) and like your leg room, but it may signal a bit of distance in your relationship. Quirks & Perks: You like art. He likes sports. You’re a vegetarian. He puts bacon on everything. You drive a hybrid. He drives a Hummer. You’re total opposites, but you also truly appreciate all of each other’s differences — and personal space.
  4. Tetherball: This is when one of you is on your back with a single hand on the other person. What it means: You’re independent but also willing to compromise. You disagree on politics, religion and how the toilet seat should be left, but love finding common ground as a couple. Quirks & Perks: Romantic dinners can often turn into heated talks for you debaters. Luckily, nothing turns you on more than a glass of wine and some hot back-and-forth.


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