Does sleeping in separate rooms affect romance and/or sex?

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Does sleeping in separate rooms affect romance and/or sex?

Peaches2000 Peaches2000
Just curious on everyone's thoughts
04/13/2012
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Ghost Ghost
I don't think so. I prefer it, actually. I sleep better alone and I prefer to just "come together" when the mood strikes and separate when I just want to sleep.
04/14/2012
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
I can't imagine not sleeping with my wife. There's no doubt that it would have a negative effect on all aspects of our relationship. How does spontaneity happen when your in a different room/bed?
04/14/2012
wetone123 wetone123
When I was married or had a partner, I wouldn't think of sleeping separately. It would not have crossed my mind. But after being alone for so long now, I don't know if I even COULD actually get any rest sleeping with someone every night. Terrible but true...
04/14/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
People interact even when they are sleeping. My Man and I often touch, fondle, hug, rub and even start making love while sleeping. I can't sleep without him. Bed sharing helps with bonding and I think it strengthens a relationship.

We don't always "plan" sex, but often just having our bodies up against each other while sleeping is enough to get us starting. I know we have more sex than if we slept separately.

My Man's parents slept separately, and there was no.... warmth or spark between them. I don't know which came first, the death of their passion or the separate beds, but I'm sure sleeping separately didn't help the situation. He always said he and I would never end up like that. We will always sleep together, as long as it is physically possible. I'd prefer to actually be one of those couple who die within minutes of each other, asleep in their bed.
04/15/2012
Peaches2000 Peaches2000
Quote:
Originally posted by P'Gell
People interact even when they are sleeping. My Man and I often touch, fondle, hug, rub and even start making love while sleeping. I can't sleep without him. Bed sharing helps with bonding and I think it strengthens a relationship.

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What a sweet post! I love romance!
04/18/2012
Chilipepper Chilipepper
*throws water on the topic, but the question was asked*

I hated sharing a bed with my ex-husband. Never got a wink of sleep because of his snoring. He had the libido of a dead fish, too, so there was nothing worth sharing a bed for. I frequently had to talk myself out of smothering him with a pillow, just so I'd get some quiet so I could sleep.

Don't know if I'd want to again. I prefer to be able to sleep. Maybe if it were the right guy (who didn't snore), I'd reconsider.
04/18/2012
badk1tty badk1tty
Quote:
Originally posted by Gunsmoke
I can't imagine not sleeping with my wife. There's no doubt that it would have a negative effect on all aspects of our relationship. How does spontaneity happen when your in a different room/bed?
^ This.
04/21/2012
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