Are you married? Do you love to sleep? Do you get less sleep? If yes, you might understand this better. Health benefits of a good sleep has been the favorite topic of many for many years however while to sleep is good for health it could be bad for your ongoing relations. The only exception to this seems is that if those in the world you know love to sleep as much as you do.
Consider the case of Ramon. Ramon had a habit of waking up early in the morning. He had another strange habit that he used to sleeplate at night. His perspective to this was that he wanted to live the life as much as he could while not falling asleep. He was happy as long as he was a bachelor.
Then he got married. Ramon’s wife had a habit of sleeping early but she would not wake up as early as Ramon did. Also, she would sleep during the afternoonswhile Ramon never did. The scenario where one would sleep and the other wouldn’t this started to build a cause for a bad relationship.
No doubt they enjoyed good health and both of them had no less sleep according to them but they wouldn’t find time to talk with each other. The purpose of sleep was different for both of them but the result was the same. They started having issues if there were a time for one to sleep.
Relationship demands time. The base of good relationship is good understanding and spending time with each other. If you don’t give time to your partner while living in the same house, how could you expect a solid relationship between you both? To sleep is not bad but to stay away from your partner (even unknowingly) might damage the relationship.