The revelation that sleeping in different beds is . . . . . . an awsome idea
Posted Wed Apr 23, 2014 10:19 PM
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Those breathing CPAP machines are the work of the devil.
Posted Thu Apr 24, 2014 07:44 AM
Separate beds is fine, so is a separate bedroom. Since our kids are out of the house we sleep separately. We sleep on different schedules too and now we don't disturb each other. We do sleep together at times, but it is much more relaxing when you are separate.
Posted Thu Apr 24, 2014 08:36 AM
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Posted Thu Apr 24, 2014 10:45 PM
During summer, we usually don't even bother using the bed. We have a sectional couch in the living room that we can both sleep on comfortably. Or he sleeps downstairs and I don't sleep at all.
I have no problem sleeping separately if it ensures my husband gets a lot of rest. I work with him and I know how he is if he doesn't sleep well lol
Posted Fri Apr 25, 2014 07:01 AM
It works great. We are together when we want to be. After 40 yrs it's nice to have a good sound sleep without being disturbed. My husband is up at 430 in the morning, showering, dressing, making coffee, taking care of the pets and getting ready to leave for work at 530. I can't sleep through this routine unless I am in the other room. We haven't cuddled in bed, during sleep, for years. We are both need our space to breath and we are restless sleepers too. We do plenty of cuddling and other things together all the time,without the need to bother each other while trying to sleep.
Posted Fri Apr 25, 2014 07:07 AM
Chel, I have that problem too. Wife has covers on like it is the polar winter. I only use a bedsheet, if that. Its kind of weird, having all my blankets on the floor at the foot of the bed, but completely covering her at the same time.
This post has been edited by spud14: Fri Apr 25, 2014 07:08 AM
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Posted Sat Apr 26, 2014 04:48 AM
What I do to disturb him the least possible: he sleeps really early, sometimes as early as 5 pm. I put him to bed, cuddle till he's settled. Then I come back downstairs. I only go upstairs in multiple of 2 hours of his sleeping. I get in bed as quietly as possible to avoid waking him up, unless I intend to wake him up. That, I do mostly by waking his penis first with oral, so, very gentle. But before doing that, I check on his eyes movements, to avoid disturbing the wrong type of sleep and I limit myself to two or three times a week.
He wakes up very early, then he goes downstairs quietly and after a few hours he comes back upstairs to wake me up with sex. Sometimes I'm already awake, but I wait till he comes up to fuck me. That's a morning ritual we do everyday.
I can totally understand people who prefer separate beds, or separate rooms, because sleep is very important for one's health. If one of the partners has a problem that prevents the other from getting proper rest, it's better to look for a solution.
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