1 Man on back Looking at ceiling, woman on side facing away
She’s really mad at you. Don’t let her “fine!”s and “nothing”s put you off the scent.
Get into the spooning position. Mimicking her body language will increase feelings of empathy between you. Place one hand on her body in a non-sexual area and stroke. The reassurance should be enough to encourage her to open up. If it’s not, at least you’re in the perfect position to push her out of bed.
2 Couple in a tight embrace, head touching, arms wrapped around each other
This tends to be a woman’s favourite position in bed, as oxytocin, a hormone produced during sex, boosts her enjoyment of touching afterwards.
Maximise her pleasure in this position by stroking her chest and breasts, to produce even more of the hormone (to arouse you both to a second coming).
3 Couple Lying On Sides Facing Each Other
Lying facing your partner and gazing into each other’s eyes like this is a classic precursor to sex. Not only will it stimulate you visually, but it will also help you to track her pupil dilation to spot when she’s turned on.
Light up your view by investing in a good bedside lamp. Red light bulbs tend to arouse women, as the soft pink light they give off is regarded as flattering, which helps to boost body confidence.
4 Couple On Opposite Sides Of The Bed Facing Away From Each Other
If you wake up like this, you need a more supportive mattress. If you fall asleep like this, you need a more supportive partner.
Talking without eye contact encourages communication, so use this position to open a conversation about any problems. Keep it neutral by using “I” statements. As in, “I sense you’re angry”, not “You’re in a bad mood tonight.”
Understand her bedroom body language and get the green light more often!