just don't give her sleeping pills and laxatives at the same time.ummm. the answer to your dilemma is pretty obvious:
You could do this 2 ways: drugs to keep her up, or drugs to put her down so she doesn't wake up when you go to bed.
I don't think you really have a choice.
NO!!!! AS a matter of fact, I prefer to go to bed first, alone, so that I can GET to sleep. Otherwise, he snores, breathes really loudly and hogs the bed. If I'm already alseep, I don't notice any of it.
haha welcome to my wife, i mean lifeI'm on the "don't care when he comes to bed" side of things. "bedroom activities" don't have to happen right at bedtime and not necessarily in the bedroom, so I find that's really a non-issue.
I can fall asleep with him there or without, if he wants to stay up until 3am playing modern warfare he can darn well do that downstairs where I can't hear him. Much rather that then him not being tired and tossing around or watching TV next to me!
Not sure about the sixth sense thing, but being a very light sleeper I`ve always found it difficult to have someone arrive in the bedroom when I was sleeping. I don`t get the part about her sleeping soundly when you snore though - that doesn`t jive.Haha. I can tippy toe in to bed and I'd still wake her up. She's a pretty light sleeper in some ways, but sleeps soundly when I'm snoring and she's asleep. I keep her awake if I fall asleep before her and start to snore.
I think it's comfort thing for her. She has a sixth sense or something when I'm not in the room even if she's asleep.
She's cool in many other aspects and I love her to bits. This is just one issue of the very few things we can't seem to agree upon.
Sadly, we don't have bedrooms to spare. We have a pullout coach and that's a serious downgrade to our king bed. Haha.She may be yanking your chain, but if you do love her to bits, ask her what it is about it that bothers her, and suggest the separate bedrooms thing - it`s worked for many people for centuries.
I've been that girl before with boyfriends. My experience was that guys get up to stuff after I went to bed, like porn & masturbating, or msn chats with ex-girlfriends or whatever they wouldn't do in front of me. I felt like I lost out - on sex or attention. But now I'm older & wiser (& more cynical) and I realize I can do very little to change someone. So no point in getting upset about it ... either you suck it up or you move on.I guess I was just trying to come to some sort of consensus to see if this was common for women. She's the first gf I've ever lived with.