Does sleeping in separate beds sound unromantic?
Some have cited loud snoring, sleep talking, restless movements and so forth as reasons for waking up in different beds. Perhaps one partner is a light sleeper while the other has a thing for hogging the blankets.
We let our little baby sleep in our bed for thirteen years and my husband ended up moving to a separate bedroom. We ended divorcing and i think that was one of the reasons why.— Laura, caller
I sleep apart from my partner. I moved out because we had different sleeping habits that it put a strain on our relationship. We compromised. Now it's Monday to Friday in my room and weekends in our room. It works perfectly.— Eve, caller
She chose to leave the bedroom and i didn't fight it. When i want to get intimate I send her a SMS saying "please come". Sometimes she comes, sometimes she doesn't come.— Sam, caller
I can't live with anyone - let alone sleep with them errrrday? Oh my word @Azania_— Malebo Sephodi (@malebosephodi) June 6, 2017
@Azania_ When the honeymoon is over, it's over! He must just go sleep in his own bed. I need my sleep his snoring keeps me awake 😴— @Ms.Curious (@AN197701) June 6, 2017
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