02-15-2010, 05:30 AM
Join Date: Apr 2008
| | Re: Separate Beds/Healthy marriage?
Originally Posted by gipsy13
I am a freelance writer working on an article for AOL online publication. Most couples, if they weren't already living together before marriage, make a fast transition to cohabitation - sharing beds and lifestyles. I am exploring couples who, for whatever reason, find it easier to have separate bedrooms (specifically couples under 50) but still consider their marriage to be healthy. This is not about couples who do not get along and therefore sleep in separate beds. It's because maybe one spouse snores too loudly or tosses and turns too much. Or maybe because they really can't agree on the type of mattress. We want to know what it's like to be married, like each other and not sleep in the same bed. Does it affect your relationship? If anyone would like to talk to me about this please respond here to get a good conversation going. If you would prefer you can message me privately. I don't have to use real names for the article if you would prefer I not.
Thank you in advance!
I always start off in the main bed but rarely make it through the night because either:-
1. I'm snoring and wife kicks me out.
2. Shes snoring and I leave on my own.
3. 6 yr old climbs into bed and starts kicking me in his sleep so I leave.