Direct link: https://globalnews.ca/video/8191880/sleep-divorce
Today’s Global Montreal Global News segment all came to be when Hilly got a bad MAN COLD two weeks ago. I had to stay healthy – because if mama goes down, well, we all go down! LOL! (Just kidding).
He was coughing and sneezing and tossing and turning and keeping me up (I was exhausted) but I was more worried to get sick.
So, I headed down the hall to the guest room.
For 3 nights
While those were 3 great nights of peace and rest (I won’t lie), I wouldn’t ever want to live like this permanently. Never in a million years!
But I know a few couples who not only are sleep divorced, but who have two master bedrooms! They do the deed, then retire on over to their own quarters. Yes they do.
Due to COVID, couples have been spending more time together than ever before. And if certain habits are getting under your skin and interfering with your sleep, you’re not alone. More and more couples are deciding that it’s time for a sleep divorce.
So, let’s discuss the ins and outs. And what is a sleep divorce anyhow?
THE INS AND OUTS OF A SLEEP DIVORCE
- DEFINITION: “Sleep divorce means simply sleeping in a different bed or bedroom from your partner or spouse
- Studies indicate almost 40% of people would prefer to not share a bed with their significant other
- 30 to 40% of Canadian couples sleep in different beds
- There has been a rise in the request for double master bedroom homes
- Sleep deprivation has been linked to mood changes, low sex drive, and a low appreciation of your partner.
If you’re considering a sleep divorce, I share 3 rules in my segment.
QUESTION: Would you ever think of a sleep divorce? Let’s discuss!!