Relationships

What Your Sleeping Position With A Partner Says About Your Relationship

The Spoon

According to a study done by relationship psychologist Corinne Sweet, the position is only adopted by a fifth (or 18 percent) of couples and demonstrates a dynamic in which “one partner takes a protective stance over the other.”

Although it’s sweet, it can also be a little saucy.

“It’s a very vulnerable position that’s sexual, but says, ‘I trust you,’” says Patti Wood.

According to a study done by relationship psychologist Corinne Sweet, the position is only adopted by a fifth (or 18 percent) of couples and demonstrates a dynamic in which “one partner takes a protective stance over the other.”<br /><br />Although it’s sweet, it can also be a little saucy.<br /><br />“It’s a very vulnerable position that’s sexual, but says, ‘I trust you,’” says Patti Wood.