Honey, Please Come to Bed---Every night, thousands of spouses go to bed alone while their partners are at work, watching television, playing games, or doing chores. Is that such a big deal? Sometimes the already in-bed-spouse is so desperate for companionship he or she would cry out in great agony “Honey, please come to bed.” One of the cardinal rules for happy relationships is spouses are to go to bed the same time at least three nights a week.  Many couples do go to bed every night at the same time and this is to be the goal for all couples. However, due to work schedules, household chores, school assignments or even personality differences, it is not always possible for every spouse to go to bed with his or her partner at the same time. Therefore, couple are to intentionally plan, no matter the schedules or personality quirks, that at least three nights a week they will turn in for the night together. I’ve discovered that three nights a week can do the trick of keeping the marriage strong if during the other nights if it is understood that individuals are not just being selfish to do his or her thing or “killing” time to keep awake. . . There is absolutely no excuse not to be in bed with your partner at the same time at least three nights a week. Read entire article.

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