Bostonians Gus and Kyle are always on the go juggling busy careers and social lives.This couple craves a tiny, vacation home along the shores of Lake Superior in Northern Wisconsin, where they can escape their hectic lifestyle to enjoy the natural surroundings and quality time with each other.Relationship psychologist Corrine Sweet told Daily Mail Online earlier this year that only a fifth (18 per cent) of couples actually spoon when they go to bed - despite the position being arguably one of the most traditional.Corrine described it as a 'traditional position' that exposes a dynamic 'where one partner takes a protective stance over the other.' While other experts describe the position as 'sexual' and about trust.
A quarter of couples (23 per cent) like to sleep separately, facing different directions but with their backs touching - and not only is this often a sign of a new romance, but it also shows a good relationship balance.According to Paul Rosenblatt, author of Two in a Bed: The Social System of Couple Bed Sharing, this manner of sleeping evolves in couples who like to spoon and eventually revert to positions more conducive to quality sleep. Skin-on-skin contact is known to release the hormone oxytocin in the brain - called the 'cuddle chemical' - which helps relieve stress and can even increase your sex drive.And on the other side of things are the couples who sleep apart from each other and facing away.“To have finally gotten married to such an incredible woman was a blessing, but we had to go under the radar.“When the sky fell on my family …it was everything to have Claudia by my side, but unfortunately, the people who did that to my mother — …my mother has not wronged anybody — they stole our wedding from us,” he said.“We had a big event planned before this happened, and we did it a few months early and we scaled it way back.“It was a joy for our family and her family to come together and enjoy it in a small way in Mama’s house. Some people say it was the most beautiful wedding they had been to.”But even the wedding of a Deen brother couldn’t take the spotlight off Paula’s troubles, and many Deen fans missed it.