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Wednesday, 5 March 2014

What's Your Preference - Same or Separate Bedrooms?

In days gone by, especially in the Royal Palaces, married couples sleep in separate bedrooms. In many cases, there's an interlinking door to give the couple free access.

Keeping separate bedrooms with an interlinking door or on the same floor holds no appeal for the following reasons;


If a couple have disagreement, instead of making an attempt to resolve their problems in the same bedroom, out of earshot, the anger festers as each person withdraws to their separate bedrooms unwilling to communicate.


It is so much easier to fall into infidelity and keep cheating for a long time because the spouse is 'out of sight' and doesn't pick up hints quickly enough.

Many of us behave differently when we're not being observed. Watching porn, having an online affair, engaging in sex texting, phone sex etc. may take a foothold when people are alone.

Personally, I wonder why married couples who are in spiritual accord put up physical barriers by living in separate bedrooms. Why exchange the body heat of your husband or wife for empty bed coverings?

Some may argue that sleeping in different rooms allow each person their much needed space.


Learning to live with each other in the confines of same bedroom and sharing the same bed each night in peace and war helps you build a strong relationship that will stand the test of time.

What's your preference - same or separate bedrooms? Please leave your comments. I'll appreciate it.


Flirty & Feisty Romance wishes you a joyous and fruitful marriage.


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