Steve is a man with a unique conundrum: he's being told the way he and his wife sleep in bed is wrong, and he can't find a single person who can logically explain why. Human beings are peculiar creatures. We get into heated debates about which time-wasting mediums are superior and which fitness and diet regimens yield the best results, not for actual physical usefulness but, in many cases, for Instagram likes. At our cores, we're mostly creatures of habit, at the end of the day. And we almost always revert back to the choices and decisions we're familiar with, even if they don't necessarily make us happy. Maybe we stay in a relationship or a job because it's convenient, maybe we never really stray far from our comfort zone because it takes too much "mental capacity" to confront the unknown.
Private must download image to save or share. Create Anonymously If this is checked, your username will not be associated with this image after you create it. Remove "imgflip. It's a free online image maker that allows you to add custom resizable text to images.
Some couples I interviewed for my Two in a Bed book shared their bed with a dog or dogs. In most of those couples the partners agreed that sharing the bed with the dog or dogs felt right. In fact, almost everyone I interviewed who slept with a dog or dogs smiled, laughed, or chuckled about it.
We make the decision based on if we want to sleep by the door or the window, or if we simply like to sleep on a our right or left shoulder. Of course when you meet that special someone you can only pray that they like to sleep on the opposite side of the bed to you. Steve recently shared with his co-workers that he and his other half just sleep on random sides of the bed.