Should Husband And Wife, Having Shared Same Bed All Night, Greet Each Other In T

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  1. ngureco profile image83
    ngurecoposted 7 years ago

    Should Husband And Wife, Having Shared Same Bed All Night, Greet Each Other In The Morning?

  2. fayehelen profile image54
    fayehelenposted 7 years ago

    of course! they have shared a bed but they have been sleeping! theres nothing better than waking up to the person you love

  3. profile image55
    cons11posted 7 years ago

    yes, why should you not, if you truly love them, then interacting with them is the best way, instead of trying to stay away from each other

  4. vietnamvet68 profile image60
    vietnamvet68posted 7 years ago

    Yes if you truly love your spouse then you should give them a kiss and tell them Good morning.

  5. aka-dj profile image74
    aka-djposted 7 years ago

    Absolutely, yes.
    As best friends, communication would have to be right up there as critical in a good relationship. It would be pretty rude to just get up, and go about your activities as though he/she didn't exist.

    Don't we all want to be noticed and appreciated? I know I do.

    Besides, you've also been apart for many hours. (sleeping, in a world of your own). It's just curtesy.

  6. prettydarkhorse profile image63
    prettydarkhorseposted 7 years ago

    Kiss to the cheek or lips is fine when they go out of the house for longer time like work etc..

  7. inversicolor profile image60
    inversicolorposted 7 years ago

    Yes.
    Civilities like these make relationships work.

  8. Online33 profile image55
    Online33posted 7 years ago

    Yes Ofcourse, they should share same bed for whole night with life partner and in the morning greet your partner with a sweet kiss, is that the best greeting for whole day.....

  9. MiseryHinata profile image65
    MiseryHinataposted 7 years ago

    I think so, you were asleep, saying good morning shows that you're happy to wake up next to them and to see them. It's just a nice reminder that you're a welcome sight in the morning.

  10. dmacman7 profile image56
    dmacman7posted 7 years ago

    When I awake and my lovely wife is there beside me I always want to wish her a good morning with a smile and a kiss. I have been doing it for thre last forty years.

    If you find you no longer want to greet your spouse in the morning the love may have left the marriage. I tell all newly weds that there are four times you want to kiss each other always: when you wake up when  you say goodbye, when you say hello, and when you say goodnight

  11. R W Harrington profile image58
    R W Harringtonposted 7 years ago

    Absolutely!  My wife Pat and I just celebrated our 35th wedding anniversary.  I never let a day go by without saying "good night....I love you", and on the weekends (the only days we wake up at the same time), we always say "good morning".  I still drape one arm around her when we sleep too.

    Never take the people that are close to you for granted, and never regard what they do for you as "part of the job".  My wife cooks dinner every day.  I have never failed to thank her for dinner, and most of the time compliment her on how it came out - and if she says something like "the meat was too dry", It always "tasted fine to me".

    We are together voluntarily.  I thank God every day for bringing her into my life, and I make sure she knows how much she means to me.  I can't imagine my life without her.

  12. FloBe profile image80
    FloBeposted 7 years ago

    Yes! Every morning I am thankful for my mate and look forward to the "goodmorning, honey!" It makes me feel special and loved no matter how often I hear it. Any way we can make our spouse feel loved, we should do it--never take it for granted. I came into love later in life and it is extra special to me.

  13. scifikathie profile image58
    scifikathieposted 7 years ago

    Yes. Every human wants to be acknowledged, especially by the people they love. If you're married, your spouse is worth it and so are you!

  14. profile image0
    robbinsnestposted 7 years ago

    If you think it's not worth your time, imagine what it would be like if they are no longer there when you wake up. Simple blessings such as a "good morning" are too precious not to enjoy.

    1. profile image58
      Alice Adhiamboposted 20 months agoin reply to this

      yes they should greet each other,may be one had a bad dream or a nightmare and should be shared

  15. Flightkeeper profile image70
    Flightkeeperposted 7 years ago

    I'm puzzled why you would even ask the question.  Just because you're husband and wife doesn't mean you take each other for granted and not give each other the common courtesies.

  16. eoquendo profile image57
    eoquendoposted 7 years ago

    Absolutely!
    Hugs, kisses... and... the whole nine yards!
    It would only make the relationship stronger.

  17. thebellrecordsche profile image52
    thebellrecordscheposted 7 years ago

    Of course if they love each other.  Unless someone made the other one mad and one of them end up sleeping on the couch smile It's not a requirement but it's just things to do when you love that person.

  18. minakay profile image59
    minakayposted 7 years ago

    My answer to your question is Yes! For me, my wife is the best person ever to have been added to my life and I seek opportunities to show her just how much I love her. A "good morning" said with love and a lot of admiration makes her bloom like a flower. Besides, it is not just a greeting but a prayer. It is like saying: May your morning be filled with good - now, who wouldn't want to be wished well EVERYDAY?

  19. Purple Perl profile image58
    Purple Perlposted 7 years ago

    ABSOLUTELY!
    Simple courtesies show you care and respect one another.

  20. EZFITNESS profile image61
    EZFITNESSposted 7 years ago

    Yes, I think it show love for eachother and how Bless they are!

  21. nicehubs profile image40
    nicehubsposted 7 years ago

    Why not? This is about the moment they wake up and will talk to each other for the first time after they shared the bed all night.

  22. thehands profile image95
    thehandsposted 7 years ago

    If you feel like it. If not, then don't. I don't really think there's a "should" here, more like a "want."

  23. cathylynn99 profile image73
    cathylynn99posted 7 years ago

    sure. we always do. of course, everyone can't be as lucky as me and be married to the sweetest guy on earth.

  24. Pcunix profile image92
    Pcunixposted 7 years ago

    Should?  I do not know. But for the past 43 years we certainly have.

  25. dillon102 profile image66
    dillon102posted 7 years ago

    Yes they should, and if you have kids you should always do it in front of them because kids learn so much from what they see their parents doing.

  26. Jeremey profile image58
    Jeremeyposted 7 years ago

    of course, why would you not should be the question!

  27. Craan profile image67
    Craanposted 7 years ago

    Yes, most definitely yes! The spark in a marriage is kept burning when couples are nice and considerate to each other. Kissing keeps couple closely attached. It's fabulous to wake up to a smiling greeting face giving a big kiss and a tender good morning hug.

  28. chinweike profile image65
    chinweikeposted 7 years ago

    GREETING is one of the numerous ingredients of marriage, in fact, any relationship.
    Though many would argue that salutation is not love but, the expression that comes from your spouses' face first thing in the morning would definitely spark your day and release the hidden energy within, this then will translate into greating stronger bond in the marriage.

    Thanks for asking this question as many will learn from it. I love plenty of the responses provided so far.

    Cheers!

  29. teethwhiteningBur profile image55
    teethwhiteningBurposted 7 years ago

    Of course! You made it through the night, greet each other gratefully!

  30. badegg profile image72
    badeggposted 7 years ago

    Absolutely. They should share a hug or a kiss and welcome the new day together.

  31. msorensson profile image69
    msorenssonposted 7 years ago

    Of course. This is common courtesy...I don't think husbands and wives should forget common courtesies. At least I taught my son that he should when he gets married.

  32. LifeMeansChange profile image61
    LifeMeansChangeposted 7 years ago

    Absolutely. It's only polite to greet someone when you wake up. It's a pleasant thing to wake up to. Why not provide your partner a pleasant experience?

  33. profile image0
    snapcracklepopposted 10 months ago

    Yes, why not? Don't you both say goodnight to one another when you both are about to lie down? Then why not say a sweet, sleepy-eye greeting to one another, to the one you love in the morning when you wake up, yarn, and stretch your arms upon arising.

    Real love doesn't matter or worry about morning breath or whether your spouse is looking like something out of a horror flick. Start your day off with a loving warm hug, kiss, and warm good morning greeting.

 
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