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    my floof is luxury Wind Up Rex's Avatar
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    People who sleep lying on their stomach with their head turned to one side

    Hold strong beliefs and try to have everything done precisely the way they want them.
    Are tense, focused, and stubborn.
    Are passionate about everything they do.
    Are outgoing and brash, they tend to shock those who know them well.
    Tend to be selfish. They are the most likely type to hog the covers.
    Are sensitive to criticism.
    Gravitate toward comfort and cannot handle tense or dramatic situations.


    People who sleep tied up (hands or legs crossed, body twisted etc)

    Are usually experiencing stress.
    Are under constant pressure either to survive crises or to move forward.
    Although it's not exactly my preferred sleeping position, I still found the description to be pretty spot on.
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    I like sleeping in the fetal position because I'm a sensitive person.
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    I sleep in the position that's least painful.
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    People who sleep in the fetal position

    Long for security, intimacy and joy.
    Sounds good.
    Take relationships slowly.
    I guess haha?
    Tend to look at the world in rosy colors, and treat people kindly.
    Sounds like a 9 type to me!
    Are sensitive, though they may present a tough exterior to the world.
    Sometimes.
    May appear shy at times or when meeting people for the first time.
    That seems about accurate haha.


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    This seems preposterous, but the description isn't sooo far off.

    People who sleep sideways with their arms by their sides

    Try to get the most out of life but don't go to extremes just to "get ahead".
    Are calm and rational.
    Are giving and kind and make great friends.
    Are easy going and trusting. They sometimes appear to be too trusting and naive.

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    People who sleep lying on their stomach with their head turned to one side

    Hold strong beliefs and try to have everything done precisely the way they want them.
    Are tense, focused, and stubborn.
    Are passionate about everything they do.
    Are outgoing and brash, they tend to shock those who know them well.
    Tend to be selfish. They are the most likely type to hog the covers.
    Are sensitive to criticism.
    Gravitate toward comfort and cannot handle tense or dramatic situations.

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    People who sleep lying on their stomach with their head turned to one side

    Hold strong beliefs and try to have everything done precisely the way they want them (no).
    Are tense, focused, and stubborn (no).
    Are passionate about everything they do (yes).
    Are outgoing and brash, they tend to shock those who know them well (no).
    Tend to be selfish. They are the most likely type to hog the covers (no).
    Are sensitive to criticism (by and large not really).
    Gravitate toward comfort and cannot handle tense or dramatic situations (no).
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    I sleep in several positions depending on what's most comfortable at the time.

    People who sleep on their back with both arms pinned to their sides

    Are quiet and reserved.
    Set high standards for themselves.
    Are preoccupied with their physical appearance.
    Like to be at the center of attention.
    Are open to new experiences.

    People who sleep in the fetal position

    Long for security, intimacy and joy.
    Take relationships slowly.
    Tend to look at the world in rosy colors, and treat people kindly.
    Are sensitive, though they may present a tough exterior to the world.
    May appear shy at times or when meeting people for the first time.

    This seems pretty accurate, but how can someone be quiet and reserved but also like to be the center of attention?

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    People who sleep in the fetal position

    Long for security, intimacy and joy.
    Take relationships slowly.
    Tend to look at the world in rosy colors, and treat people kindly.
    Are sensitive, though they may present a tough exterior to the world.
    May appear shy at times or when meeting people for the first time.
    This is totally on point, lol.

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