The way you sleep can be a passive-aggressive way to say, "I don't trust you," "I'm pissed" or "I can't get enough of you."

The way you sleep can be a passive-aggressive way to say, "I don't trust you," "I'm pissed" or "I can't get enough of you."

During the day people are more aware of their actions and behavior, but at night your subconscious takes over and provides the perfect snapshot into your state of mind. The body language we use with a partner while we snooze can be a remarkably precise way to gauge what’s going on in our relationships. (Of course, there are always exceptions.)

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“Even if you can’t or don’t articulate those things while you’re awake,” says Patti Wood, a body language expert with more than 30 years of experience and author of  Success Signals, A Guide to Reading Body Language.

Many other experts and psychologists agree with this idea and have conducted studies in and written books on the subject. They have uncovered the ten most popular couple sleeping positions and the secrets they have found about each is truly intriguing…

Use these clues to decode what it means:

Ruben Chamorro
Ruben Chamorro
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Ruben Chamorro
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Images&titels originally published by Cosmopolitan, Styled by Ruben Chamorro, Emily Addis, and Elizabeth Narins. Set by Helga Jaeger, available on Etsy.Follow Elizabeth on Instagram and Twitter.

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