sharing a bed
Couples will recognize these relatable moments -- both the good and the bad.
There are a million different things you could do to be kind, and you are possibly the world's expert on what your partner would consider kind. But here are eight suggestions. Possibly they will just reinforce what you already know, or maybe they will give you fresh ideas of things to try.
We've all experienced these.
That settles that.
There's nothing worse than waking up in the middle of the night, freezing cold only to realize that all of the blanket is around your partner. A good option is to have two sets of covers -- one blanket for you and another for your significant other. Because no one can take two covers, right?
Here are a few of the most common complaints, and how to solve the problem for good. He Snores It's a classic conundrum, and
What if your significant other likes the sensation of sleeping on a fluffy cloud, while you prefer a firmer surface? "Sleep
You're not alone, though. And now there is a comforter to commemorate the fight men in relationships quietly face every. single
There are several reasons that the thought of slipping into slumber avec l'amoureux makes me fidget. The first (and most overwhelming) is that when I wake up in the morning, honeychild, I am butt-ass ugly. Really. I don't even look at myself till I've been upright for an hour.
Sometimes it's hard to share a bed. Different schedules, mattress preferences & temperature requirements can make getting solid zzz's a nightmare for partners who don't agree on what's ideal. We discuss sleep time drama & help put the issues to rest!