sleeping together

Many of my insomnia patients, both single and coupled, confess to struggling with a particularly challenging strain of loneliness that shows up when they can't get to sleep. The liminal dream dialog offers a unique opportunity to provide support to and deepen intimacy with our partner.
To hear more, watch the full conversation in the HuffPost Live video above. For many couples, the question of sharing a bed
Sleep Awareness Week kicked off on March 2. That means it's time to think about your sleep habits. We discuss the "Pick Your Sides" survey and explain which side of the bed Americans prefer to sleep on.
Sleep Awareness Week kicked off on March 2. That means it's time to think about your sleep habits. We discuss the "Pick Your Sides" survey and explain which side of the bed Americans prefer to sleep on.
Night owls burning the midnight oil and morning larks cheerfully rising at the crack of dawn are generally more likely to flock together, but that doesn't mean those from opposite sides of the circadian spectrum cannot successfully share the same nest.
Sharing a bed can be a real pain, especially if you wake up to snoring or stolen covers. But could it actually be healthier
What's behind the drive to sleep separately? There are a number of reasons that couples find themselves considering separate bedrooms. Here are some of the most common.