A new report out from the National Sleep Foundation says that nearly a quarter of American couples sleep in separate beds, mostly so SOMEONE who thrashes around like he's Sugar Ray Leonard up against the ropes won't disturb SOMEONE ELSE who's sleeping sweetly next to him.
(There's no mention of dealing with the person who snores. You're on your own).
And, recent articles suggest, YOU might consider sleeping in a twin bed, separated from your loved one by a fetching nightstand. It doesn't mean no sexy time—remember college dorm rooms?—but it “might save your relationship.”
So would your partner be miffed if you suggested twin beds? Would you be upset if your partner said it might be a good idea?