marcobruno1978 saidWhat does sleeping over signal to you in a relationship?
It may signal nothing, other than it was late and more practical to sleep over.
Still, it's a bonding experience. The proof is in the waking, not in the sleeping.
I always made sure the waking experience, at least at my place, was lovely. I invariably wake first, would serve him coffee in bed, and breakfast at the kitchen nook. As my guest and lover, treated as a King.
What do YOU want to make of this, if you've had your own sleep-over? It can be a beginning, or just a late & sleepy trick.
But as I said, sleeping together can be a very bonding thing. And also revealing, at least to me.
I have what I call the "sleep test." After the sex is done, and it's time to sleep, I look at this guy lying next to me. And I know instantly: either I'm comfortable with him, or I'm not. I have no checklist, no criteria. It's something I just FEEL in my gut, like it's instinctive. And I always go with my instincts.
I always say go with the flow, without preconceived notions. Listen to your inner self, that will tell you what is right, or wrong, and what to do. I know mine always does.