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Old 09-12-2008, 11:13 PM
 
Location: mass
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My husband and I have had numerous talk about getting separate rooms because his snoring is horrible...I don't sleep - and he doesn't because I'm constantly push him

He does on occasion sleep on the couch and it's like PURE BLISS
He doesn't have sleep apnea does he?
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Old 09-13-2008, 10:15 AM
 
Location: Way up high
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The bf and I sleep in separate rooms and its great. He snores really loud and Im a light sleeper. It's great because I like to sprawl and I normally end up with cat butt in my face at some point anyways. Our sex life is fine. We both get to sleep without being disturbed..
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Old 09-13-2008, 10:37 AM
CBB
 
Location: Munich + FL, 32082
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My hubby also snores like a freight train and to be honest, I'm a total witch if I don't get enough sleep. [...]
I found several years ago that it was MUCH easier to just go to the guest room to sleep than to try to deal with the snoring. He isn't happy with the situation because he thinks we should sleep together, [...]
Isn't this funny? I read it all the time. The men snore, yet complain when the women leave.

My husband and I are married since 22 years and sleep seperately since 10 years. It has not affected our sexual relationship but improved at least MY mood because I sleep much better.
He always slept well because I do NOT snore.
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Old 09-13-2008, 12:59 PM
 
Location: Oklahoma
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You left out poked, because it is great when a guy pokes you with his light saber at night.

I concur. Enought said ....
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Old 09-13-2008, 01:18 PM
 
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When it's due to a longstanding tension between the couple, I think it's the saddest thing to endure a married-but-separate relationship. My brother in law and his wife have lived this way for many years. Sooooooo sad for him. He's very unhappy about it.

On the other hand, my own sister and her husband are not unhappy together; they just have separate rooms due to his snoring and his smoking and her inability to sleep with any kind of normal disturbance. For instance, when we visit her, we learn first off that no one is allowed to flush the toilet if we get up in the middle of the night to urinate. It bothers her.

I thought that was ridiculous but people have their ways and their needs.
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Old 09-13-2008, 02:01 PM
 
Location: in purgurtory in London
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Next time round it's going to be seperate rooms. When I can't sleep at nights I like to read. I also toss a lot in my sleep and sometimes snore in a not lady like fashion (there goes my image). There is also something to be said about having your own space.

Oh and the other good thing about having seperate rooms? It makes "ladies and gentlemen" time just that more interesting....think of the possiblilties .
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Old 09-13-2008, 02:10 PM
 
Location: Los Angeles
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did he shart on his wife or something?

LOL!!! I have no idea, but thanks for the lovely visual (that I probably won't be able to get out of my head when I see them ).
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Old 09-13-2008, 03:08 PM
 
Location: Wu Dang Mountain
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Oh and the other good thing about having seperate rooms? It makes "ladies and gentlemen" time just that more interesting....think of the possiblilties .
"Your place or mine?"

"Time to Room-ba!"

"Come on up and see me some time..."
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Old 09-13-2008, 03:48 PM
 
Location: Catonsville, MD
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Isn't this funny? I read it all the time. The men snore, yet complain when the women leave.

My husband and I are married since 22 years and sleep seperately since 10 years. It has not affected our sexual relationship but improved at least MY mood because I sleep much better.
He always slept well because I do NOT snore.
I know - nuts, isn't it .

Hubby comes from a family of very deep sleepers, so he doesn't understand the fact that I'm woken up constantly throughout the night. He thinks I'm being 'too sensitive.' However, since I have rather unpleasant comments to make when he says this, he has ceased from saying telling me I'm too sensitive. Especially since I just bring up all the comments people have made about his snoring and the sympathy I get from anybody who hears him, i.e. "you mean you actually sleep through that noise?" I personally think sleeping separately SAVED our marriage.
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Old 09-13-2008, 04:39 PM
 
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Last night I moved to the sofa for a while. I've been sleeping really badly this week and the slightest noise has been waking me up.
DH was a bit heavy breathy/ snorey last night, and I just couldn't take it anymore.
We normally sleep together though. I would miss cuddle time every night too much to sleep seperately.
Here's hoping I get a good night's sleep tonight. PLEASE!!!
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