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What Do Your Sleeping Habits Say About Your Relationship?

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Even an analog timepiece can tell you which way to go. Place the watch horizontally, parallel to the ground. Now, turn your watch or your hand so that the hour hand is directly towards the sun.
Then, as indicated in the diagram, find the center point of the angle between your hour hand and the 12 o’clock mark on your watch. South is the midpoint between the two markings.

What tips do you have for surviving in the wilderness with nothing? What would you do if you found yourself lost in the woods?

We decided to produce this amusing reference to sleeping positions for couples, inspired by Professor Richard Wiseman’s (University of Hertfordshire) research and psychologist Corinne Sweet’s work, in the hopes of giving you a better knowledge of your relationship.

*The ’Honeymoon Hug’ position

This situation usually occurs when a couple has just started dating or has had to spend some time apart.

If their family life is still passionate and full of compassion and love, the position is also common among married couples.

*The ’Dialogue’ position

This is a normal situation for couples that have a strong bond yet need to spend more time together and talk more frequently.

*The ’Stargazing’ position

On their backs, both spouses sleep. Typically, one person lies on their back while the other rests his or her head on their partner’s shoulder, making the latter the more reliant. This pair has fantastic chemistry, but one of them occasionally feels uncomfortable being forced to consider the other’s point of view (and, in this case, position).

*The ’Sweetheart’s Cradle’ position

This viewpoint is similar to the last one, but it is considerably more personal. This is quite common among couples that aren’t scared to express their sentiments openly; they’re highly tender and devoted to one another. The man in this position is usually more bossy and controlling in the relationship.

*The ’I Cherish You’ position

These couples are typically content and love their relationships. Mutual respect for personal space is reflected in this position. And their patting backs are more proof that they value feeling their partner’s presence nearby.

*The ’Liberty’ position

This position could indicate that a couple went to bed shortly after a major fight. However, there is another possibility: both spouses are likely to be very independent, self-centered people who require a lot of personal space.

*The ’King of the Bed’ position

Partners who stretch themselves all over the bed are usually individuals who feel compelled to assert themselves rather than express their sentiments. Their relationship conduct is frequently selfish, which is mirrored in their sleeping patterns.

*The ’Spoons’ position

This posture denotes both harmonious and passionate relationships. Within the first few years of marriage, the posture is particularly popular. In such situations, the partner in the back frequently has the upper hand. On the other hand, the other partner appreciates the sense of security.

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