sleeping positions for couples and their meaning

Every cou­ple in love has their favorite sleep­ing posi­tions. And it is not impor­tant how lovers fall asleep, but how they wake up. It is accord­ing to the morn­ing pic­ture that it is cus­tom­ary to eval­u­ate the pos­es of a cou­ple in a dream.

What do psychologists say about postures during a couple’s sleep?

Psy­chol­o­gists say that based on the posi­tion in which a cou­ple usu­al­ly wakes up on a joint bed, one can judge the strength and warmth of the rela­tion­ship, as well as their stage. Rela­tion­ships are the most char­ac­ter­is­tic. In addi­tion, some sleep­ing posi­tions for a cou­ple in love indi­cate the char­ac­ter­is­tics of the char­ac­ters.

What does the pose in the dream of a couple say?

Let’s take a look at a few sleep­ing posi­tions for cou­ples and their mean­ing. It is impor­tant to note that you need to eval­u­ate not a one-time pose, but the one in which part­ners usu­al­ly wake up.

  1. One part­ner sleeps on his back, the oth­er sleeps on his stom­ach. In such a pair there is some iso­la­tion, but in gen­er­al, they warm­ly relate to each oth­er.
  2. One of the part­ners stretch­es out his hand, and the head or neck of the sec­ond rests on it. In such a pair, each has sep­a­rate friends and inter­ests, but at the same time trust and mutu­al under­stand­ing reign between them.
  3. One part­ner hugs the sec­ond from the back. This posi­tion indi­cates ten­der­ness and care with­in the cou­ple, the absence of vis­i­ble con­flicts. Psy­chol­o­gists are sure if a cou­ple sleeps like this, there are some unrav­eled ques­tions between them.
  4. Part­ners sleep back to back. Such rela­tion­ships are sta­ble, strong and reli­able, they equal­ly take into account the inter­ests of both par­tic­i­pants, who at the same time main­tain per­son­al space and do not both­er each oth­er.
  5. The cou­ple sleeps fac­ing each oth­er, inter­twin­ing legs and arms. This posi­tion sug­gests that lovers at the very begin­ning of a rela­tion­ship, they want to be as close as pos­si­ble. As a rule, only jeal­ous and pos­ses­sive peo­ple linger in this posi­tion.
  6. One of the part­ners occu­pies most of the bed, the sec­ond hud­dles near­by. As a rule, the for­mer con­sid­ers him­self the main one and tends to assert him­self dai­ly in his dom­i­nance.
See also
Seating arrangements forguests

In order to deeply ana­lyze rela­tion­ships, you need to take into account not only the sleep­ing posi­tion, but also a host of oth­er impor­tant fac­tors. To do this, it is bet­ter to con­tact a pro­fes­sion­al psy­chol­o­gist.

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