What To Do If Your Partner’s Snoring Wakes You Up At Night

Finally, if the problem persists and nothing seems to be working for health reasons, it may be time to consider a "sleep divorce," where you and your partner sleep in separate beds.

Marriage and family therapist Weena Cullins, LMFT, previously gave mbg the following advice: "Be as honest as you can and include any connections you see between lack of calmness and tense interactions between you and your partner. Walk any discussion about sleeping apart with sincerity and care. "

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