Can you sleep with out your partner

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Can you sleep with out your partner

mnc5051 mnc5051
If your partner has to travel for work, or any other reason do you or would you find it difficult to sleep without them?
11/08/2010
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I can.

She steals all the pillows when we're together, when I'm alone is the only chance I get to sleep on an incline.
11/08/2010
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
I spent three years working out of town, the first three months were hell. Slowly I started to get proper sleep. Now I can go out of town and sleep like a rock.
11/08/2010
ZenaidaMacroura ZenaidaMacroura
I had a lot of trouble sleeping without my husband. I don't have that problem with my boyfriend, though. Probably because I frequently stay with my mom now which I didn't do when I was with my husband.
11/08/2010
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
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Originally posted by mnc5051
If your partner has to travel for work, or any other reason do you or would you find it difficult to sleep without them?
I find it difficult to sleep alone especially if I am alone in the house. I went straight from my parents house to living with Sigel and for around 15 years we never spent a night apart (well two nights after giving birth) so I don't do all that well when Sigel is caled away by his current job.
11/08/2010
Miss Cinnamon Miss Cinnamon
I think we actually both sleep better alone, since he snores and I tend to hog the bed. But we both enjoy cuddles too, so it's all a balancing act. But no, I don't usually have trouble falling asleep without him. We don't currently live together, so it's not unheard of for us to sleep apart during the week.
11/08/2010
Jul!a Jul!a
It depends. I obviously spent many years sleeping alone, but I really enjoy sleeping next to my fiance as well. When he's not there, it's nice to be able to spread out and take up the whole bed, but I prefer being able to flop onto him.
11/08/2010
Tuesday Tuesday
No problem. At all.
11/08/2010
Chilipepper Chilipepper
I hated sleeping in the same bed with my ex-husband - he took up most of it, insisted on having the side I wanted, and SNORED louder than a Metallica concert. When my alarm went off for me to get up he'd push me out of bed if I didn't get up fast enough. I didn't get a good night's sleep until I finally booted him out after ten years of being together. Damn it all, though, I still sleep on only one side of the bed (at least it's the side I wanted).
11/08/2010
leatherlover leatherlover
I am constantly on the road traveling, actually sleeping in bed with my wife only 4 nights a week. We don't like sleeping apart, but we both do alright. We both sleep better though when I am home.
11/08/2010
Bunnycups Bunnycups
I used to suffer from night terrors when I was younger. I feel safer knowing someone will wake me up from a nightmare if I begin to scream or cry for help. It doesn't really matter who it is or if they're sleeping next to me, as long as they can hear me. Haha I guess I wouldn't mind a baby monitor. Just kidding, that would be weird. I do love taking naps with my cat. Never seem to have trouble cat napping with kitties.
11/08/2010
DustBunny DustBunny
We both work nights and since I've always had trouble sleeping during the day we at times part ways to sleep. Lately he liked the couch to sleep and I take over the bed. Generally I prefer to sleep with him, but it's a full size bed and gets crowded at times, when we upgrade it will be better.
11/08/2010
Jenn (aka kissmykitty) Jenn (aka kissmykitty)
I can sleep without my husband, but I don't sleep well. I tend to stay up later, toss and turn, and I never fall into a deep enough sleep to feel rested in the morning.
11/09/2010
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
I travel a lot - so we both need to cope. Sometimes it's not easy, but we have to deal!
11/09/2010
froggiemoma froggiemoma
i can
04/14/2011
FREE MR PERRY FREE MR PERRY
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Originally posted by mnc5051
If your partner has to travel for work, or any other reason do you or would you find it difficult to sleep without them?
I had to for almost 6 years now I cant bare it..
04/14/2011
mrs.mckrakn mrs.mckrakn
Take me a lot longer but I can. He has no problem,an awesome sleeper
04/21/2011
newfoundlust newfoundlust
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Originally posted by mnc5051
If your partner has to travel for work, or any other reason do you or would you find it difficult to sleep without them?
Yes, we both have that issue. If one of us is out of town the other finds they don't sleep as well.
04/21/2011
indiglo indiglo
I can, but not quite as well and it's harder for me to actually fall asleep.
04/21/2011
tffnyandrs tffnyandrs
I hate it and when I do drift off it is not as comfortable!
04/21/2011
Brandi Rouxxx Brandi Rouxxx
Yea, I sleep a lot better when he's in bed with me.
04/21/2011
Gatita Gatita
Since he is a loud snorer, if I'm extremely tired, he'll often let me sleep alone to get a good night sleep but ironically I miss the space he takes up in the bed & toss & turn all night like a lot of you have said.
04/21/2011
JE011 JE011
I sleep much better when were together.
04/21/2011
Mell Mell
When my ex and I were together it was torture to sleep alone...since then I've gotten used to it, but I keep a stuffed animal handy...
04/21/2011
Cedarlooman Cedarlooman
I sleep pretty well when I am alone, I actually can sleep almost anywhere lol...my wife says she can't sleep well when I am gone. *shrugs*
04/21/2011
RosesThorns RosesThorns
Its hard, but I can do it.
04/21/2011
kelaaa33wish kelaaa33wish
I can sleep when he is gone.
04/21/2011
Curves Curves
yes, sleeping without her is very difficult and uncomfortable.
04/22/2011
Carolinagirl08 Carolinagirl08
My boyfriend works swing shift. I can not sleep when he is working night shifts. I wont even sleep in the bedroom because i know i will fall asleep better in the living room than i will if im in our bed alone. I stay up later, have trouble staying asleep and most of the time when he gets home and i dont have to work or a class i will go to sleep when he does.
04/22/2011
onehotmomma onehotmomma
For the first few months I did, because I was super paranoid (hormones during pregnancy) that someone was going to break into our house because they thought nobody was home, lol. I got used to it though. He worked overnights for about 2 years, and now works a half- overnight shift, so it's not so bad I never had a problem with him not actually being in bed with me though, I always figured the more room for me.
04/22/2011
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