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  • 10 Cuddling Explanations: What Your Sleeping Habits Say About Your Relationship

     

    You're laying in bed with your significant other, and you just so happen to be spooning them. Have you ever wondered what this means? Actually, whether you're a male or female changes the meaning of the spooning position. Neat huh? But what if you're not a spooner? According to relationship psychologist Corrine Sweet, "During sleep, you cannot fake your body language. This is the time when you are honest, vulnerable and your sleeping position can reveal a lot about your relationship."

    1. The Spoon

    Ah, the spoon: the most common position for all couples, especially for people married three-to-five years. According to psychiatrist Samuel Dunkell, "When a woman assumes the posterior position, it may indicate she is the more giving partner or that he needs special nurturing." The Spoon provides the most amount of contact with your partner, ensuring physically closeness. It's not necessarily erotic, instead, it's "a comforting, safe cocoon," says Shirley P. Glass, psychologist and martial therapist.

     

     

     

    2. The Honeymoon Hug

    The most intimate of sleeping positions. This less-common alternative to The Spoon tends to occur during periods where intense feelings are present, such as after lovemaking or the beginning of a relationship. Some couples maintain it throughout their relationship, but, according to Elizabeth Flynn Campbell, a New York psychotherapist, "[the couple] could be overly enmeshed, too dependent on each other to sleep apart."

     

     

    3. Like Shingles (on a Roof)

    This position denotes strong egos and a sense of entitlement, according to Samuel Dunkell, a position that tends to be quite popular. Normally, one partner is laying on their back while the other rests their head on the person's shoulder, making him or her a dependent, compliant partner. Shirley P. Glass notes "there's a high level of trust here," as this snuggling position has a "strengthening sense of comradeship and protection."

     

     

     

    4. The Sweetheart's Cradle

    A more amped up, intimate version of the above, The Sweetheart's Cradle has one person holding the other instead of having a head simply anchored on a shoulder. What you end up with is a very caring, nurturing, intimate position, creating a sense of protection and safeness.

     

     

    5. Loosely Tethered

    Remember when you first started dating or were married and there was a lot of physical closeness, even at the expense of your preferred sleeping position? As time goes on, though, people take this position, which is basically The Spoon with more distance. It signifies trust, allowing for more space and comfort without sacrificing affection. Ultimately, this position represents balance.

     

    6. The Leg Hug

    This position can really represent two things. First, it could mean that a couple isn't entirely comfortable showing physical affection, so it comes off as it "accidentally" happens, like a foot touched another one. Second, it can be the complete opposite. It could "suggest familiarity, comfort and a daring quality as well, almost like a secret code."

     

    7. The Pursuit

    This is basically spooning, but one person chases the other. Imagine that someone retreats to the other side of the bed with their back turned to you. The Pursuit is when you approach that person and spoon them. This, too, can mean two things. The resulting spoon, according to Samuel Dunkell, can be labelled as "illegal Spooning" because the person retreats and wants their space. Alternatively, the person distancing themselves wants to be pursued, which becomes an invitation or a game of cat and mouse. Yes, knowing which one you should do can be difficult, but that's part of being in a relationship, as you begin to learn your partner's body language.

     

     

    8. Zen Style

    This position is most prominent in a couple that has been together for quite sometime. As time goes on, there tends to be a need to re-establish independence and personal space, especially since closeness is established and not as exploratory. The Zen is a compromise between connectedness and independence, creating physical contact without clinging.

     

    9. The Cliffhanger

    This position is a lot like The Pursuit, but this time there's no chase, as the other person doesn't wait for it. It's basically like a "cliffhanger": you're left wondering what's happening. You'll begin to wonder whether there's something going wrong, why the person is withdrawing: Anger? Sadness? Resentment? This is when you have to analyze your significant other and see if that person really needs their space. Over time, they'll roll back. The alternative, according to redbook, is that your significant other is comfortable enough to know they'd rather get a comfortable night's sleep than snuggle and listen to your snoring.

     

     

    10. The Crab

    This is another potentially ambiguous sleeping position, one with multiple meanings. If you're currently going through a rough time in your relationship or have had some disagreements, this may be your or your partner's way of signifying that there are problems, creating a need and a way of pulling away from each other without acknowledging it. It could also mean that you're hurting. Just like how you change positions when you're sitting, you create new positions when you're in bed. Or, really, you or your partner could be creative sleepers.

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  • Is Your Second Toe Longer Than Your Other Toes? You Might Want to Read This!

    For more than 5000 years, China and India practice foot reading. People in these countries believe the feet act as a mirror to the rest of the body.

     

     

     

    If there are any lumps, calluses or pain in the feet, they indicate problems elsewhere. For instance, the arches are linked to the spine, meaning a fallen arch indicates a back problem. Also, it is believed the mind and body are linked and physical problems can be caused by personality.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    But is it true?    

     

     

     

    Jane Sheehan, a reflexologist is certain that feet show everything about people, from their digestive system function and even the state of their relationships. By looking at your feet you can see if you are a wild and adventurous person, or desire stability, order and harmony in life.

     

     

     

    In her guide, this reflexologist discovers what your feet say about you:

     

     

     

    Is Your Second Toe Longer Than Your Other Toes You Might Want to Know This!

     

     

     

    BIG TOE

     

     

     

    People whose big toe is much longer that other toes are smart and creative. They always have a clever solution to the problems. These people see things from different perspectives, but also they may have troubles focusing and don’t see projects through.

     

     

     

    On the other side, if your big toe is small, it means that you can do many things at the same moment. You delegate effectively and are efficient. You use your charisma to influence others with your ideas.

     

     

     

    SECOND TOE

     

     

     

    People with long second toe are qualitative leaders. They are dynamic and creative, and can be bossy. However, people with smaller second toe are not a pushover, but it means they desire harmony.

     

     

     

    THIRD TOE

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    If the third toe is relatively long, it means those people are energetic and ingenious, particularly at work. These people look for perfection and can achieve much with determination and energy. The negative thing is that their work can make them forget about love, family and fun.

     

     

     

    Moreover, people with short third toe enjoy life. They like to relax and not get worked up.

     

     

     

    FOURTH TOE

     

     

     

    People having long, straight fourth toe tells their family is important to them. If this toe is curled, it means you have an unhappy relationship with loved ones.

     

     

     

    These people are excellent listeners and nurturers, but will be unhappy within the family. Also, it is hard for them to cut themselves off from other people’s problems.

     

     

     

    You need to relax and don’t worry about other people’s problems.

     

     

     

    People with short fourth toe focus elsewhere and family and relationships are not that important to them.

     

     

     

    LITTLE TOE

     

     

     

    People with small little toes have childlike behavior. They don’t like responsibilities and can be easily bored. Thus, they look for fun distractions. Also, these people are fun, easy-going and witty.

     

     

     

    People who can wiggle their little toe separately from their fourth toe, they are impulsive, adventurous and charming. People who can’t wiggle their little toe, like routine, predictability and loyalty.

     

     

     

    TOES THAT ARE NEATLY GRADUATE IN SIZE

     

     

     

    If each of your toes is longer than the one before, creating a neat line, it means you are a methodical, precise and practical. You always complete what you start. Besides being a perfect employee, you are a good and loyal friend too.

     

     

     

    WIDE FEET

     

     

     

    People with wide feet have solid worker feet and are always on the go.

     

     

     

    They’re happiest when they are busy, but also they should try to make time for reflection, and a little peace and calm in their life.

     

     

     

    LONG NARROW FEET

     

     

     

    These people like to be spoiled. They don’t want to bother with all the hard work if someone else can finish the work for them. Moreover, they’ve got a strong aesthetic sense and need beauty around them.

     

     

     

    These people’s homes will be wonderful, no matter their income.

     

     

     

    ARCHES

     

     

     

    People with high arches are very independent and self-sufficient. They need a lot of time on their own and can be accused of being anti-social.

     

     

     

    People with low or average arches want the company of others and are sociable. They want to enjoy good time and to ensure that others are having a great time, too.

     

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