Think About It… Reasons Couples Sleep In Separate Bedrooms

January 6, 2017  |  
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If you’ve lived with your partner for a long time and have been blessed enough to have more than one bedroom in your home, then you’ve likely spent the night in separate rooms a time or two, and you know it’s not a big deal. Couples don’t always decide to sleep separately because of some blowout fight, or because they’ve fallen into a sexless relationship. While some relationship experts might advise you not to make sleeping in separate rooms a habit, long-term couples know that sometimes, catching your zzz’s a few hundred feet apart can be very beneficial. Your relationship isn’t falling apart, and you aren’t growing apart if you don’t share a blanket every night. Here are the top reasons couples sleep in separate bedrooms.

Different wake-up times

If one person needs to be up at 6 am and the other doesn’t need to be up until 9 am, once a week or so the couple may sleep in separate bedrooms so everybody can set the exact sleep hours they want—no alarm clocks disturbing them.

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