I believe they should. I mean the purpose of being a couple is to spend time with each other and love each other. And there's nothing better than waking up next to the person you love
I don't think there's any cut-and-dry answer for every couple. Some people were raised with the idea that married couples retain their own space and that that space comes in the form of their own bedrooms, while others can't conceive of sleeping apart. For myself and my husband, we can't sleep if we don't have the other to snuggle up to at night, but for my husband's grandparents (who raised him until their death) separate rooms were just normal, and they maintained their own bedrooms for nearly 80 years of marriage. That said, I know I do have to have a space that's just mine, and so does my husband...we just choose it to be areas of the house (and eventually particular outbuildings) that are there for alone time and personal space, other couples might make that personal space be a bedroom for each. Whatever works best for the individuals involved .
I think couples should always share one bedroom. It's nice to have a two bedroom house though, or another room thats separated so you can have your quite time when you're ready.
by SPomposello 3 years ago
My wife and I currently live in a small two bedroom in the Bronx, NY. We have a 15 year old daughter. My wife is pregnant with another on the way, we don't know the sex yet. We plan on moving into a bigger 2 bedroom by the time the newborn turns two years old. The thing is 3 bedrooms are expensive...
by Peeples 8 months ago
Is it wrong to have children share a bedroom?I'm pretty sure I'm super Americanized. It use to be that children shared rooms. In previous generations sometime multiple children shared a room. Now I have the mentality that they shouldn't. Is providing children with their own rooms...
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