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Tuesday, July 02, 2024

Couch Convo - Husband And Wife Sharing The Same Room

 What do you think about a husband and wife sharing the same room`? Do you think it is choking or cool?Do you think men need male privacy and women need female privacy?





 

67 comments:

  1. i am not married but when i finally do, myself and DH will be sharing same room. I cannot be sleeping alone when i get married. Currently single and i sleep alone why will i be married and still sleep alone.

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    1. Smiles πŸ˜ƒ
      Gbamabsolutely πŸ‘Œ πŸ‘Œ
      Seconded πŸ‘Œ

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    2. I think is cool
      When husband and wife sleeps together oo.
      There will be Lovely bond..

      Hello iya boys

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    1. We have separate rooms for each person but I sleep in my husband's room every night.

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  3. Very important to me. Why should we be married and u will still want to be sleeping like u are single? What yeye privacy are u looking for in marriage that it would take you sleeping in another room to get. I will never get it.

    I do not need any single privacy from my husband and he shouldn’t need privacy from me as well.

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  4. I think spouses should have their own rooms but should sleep together in one of it. You decide if you want to sleep In wife’s or husbands room perpetually but yes, pls have your own room.

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    1. My take too!
      If given the opportunity, I'll have a room to myself but sleep on hubby's bed and ensure we sleep together every night.

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    2. Unbiblical

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    3. I say this sometimes but hubby no wan gree! Says even if we stay in 50 bedrooms mansion, both of us will still be staying in the same room .

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    4. My take too.

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    5. My thoughts too. Though it's less of a "privacy" issue as colloquially understood for me. It's about the settings of the room and more particularly the closet (wardrobe) and it's organisation. The way and manner most women dominate the wardrobe and organise their clothes and accessories e'tal, annoys the heck out of me. In some instances, you're left with little or no space. It's something I can't put up with. It's best if we have and keep our items in separate rooms but free to sleep anywhere unrestricted.

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  5. Me I can't stay in the same house with my husband and have separate rooms. Can't work,even if we are having issues,we will sleep on one bed biko.

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    1. On point.
      Very important comment πŸ‘Œ

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    2. Sharing same room makes the marriage more accommodating and gives time for intimacy. Marriage is all about knowing each others good and bad sides and working together as a team to have a better quality of life. A man or qoman that wants to keep separate rooms in marriage have skeletons in thier cupboard. More like doing rituals against your better half

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  6. I think it's cool, if you as the woman can manage your kids well. I loved the idea of having my own room but my husband said no that why should we live in separate bedrooms. He doesn't like the idea at all, maybe because of countless gistingπŸ€£πŸ˜‚at the end of the day. We Sabi gist😍😁 and I also know he enjoys my company. So I'd say, it's Cool to share a bedroom because it creates room for friendship and bonding between spouses.

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  7. Ideally, both partners should share the same room. But certain situations can see them using different bedrooms.
    Situations where a partner snores like grinding engine or one where a partner is a very light sleeper or another with restless leg syndrome... different things can make sharing the same bedroom impractical.

    The are no rules to this thing called marriage. Do what works for you and your spouse. I sleep in the guest bedroom while my wife and kids sleep in the main bedroom. I could join them but I hate sleeping under a mosquito net plus I like sleeping naked and baked. So into the guest bedroom I go.

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    1. This is the funniest comment I have read in a while; funny but very meaningful.

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  8. Lol..

    I know say ladies go support same room but that's not the issue, the issue is does that room you claim you both share look like you both room or look like it's yours and he is squatting in it..

    Your bags here, wigs there, make ups kit here and there, koi koi shoes nkor? Different cream everywhere etc etc..

    The privacy he wants is not from you but your luggage and all.. the room doesn't look like he shares it with you..if you like come and insult me instead of learning from what I wrote..

    I support staying in the same room tho, but don't make the room feel like he is a stranger in it, he already feels like he is a stranger in the house

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜ƒ, i feel you OG
      Our ngwongwo too much, sometimes i just stand, look at my room and laugh so bad, no space again o, nawa for women lol

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    2. 🀣🀣🀣🀣 You dey worry ehn...How about making available a nice closet for us now....Na so we be...We must dominate every space

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    3. So, I should go build another apartment for my belongings when our room doesn't have a closet? Wonderment!!!

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    4. Dante, just call my name, cos this call out is directed at me🀣🀣🀣. Iv taken over the wardrobe we share, he got a separate make shift hanger to be hanging his uniforms, even that one now, my abayas and black suits are hanging pretty. What you said is very true, we take over space without even knowing, i think it’s more of marking our territory.

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    5. Hahahaha 🀣🀣 Dante Ijogbon, but u no lie o...women & many luggage sha. But it's nothing a bigger space or wardrobe can't fix. Plus couple should be organised.

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    6. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣 guyman you got me there. Sometimes it can be the other way round ooo

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  9. In the days of our father's, this worked well because they were intentional about the father's space in the house, like my dad had is own cup and plates used to serve him food, in my friend's home, there is one chair in the parlour that we dare not sit on, na daddy's chair etc etc so the man doesn't feel like a stranger in his home, unlike now that everyone is doing gra gra, I read here the other day when a man was praising his wife and saying how she has always added sir when talking with him even from their dating years, even tho he is not much older and she earns well too.. e no talk pass like that before people wey e no concern begin attack am.. these days that wives cannot even serve their husbands food,. Omo, if that man demands his own room you better give him before he goes out and don't want to return with all the choking and disrespect in the house..

    Me sha know say I no fit dey with Una kind woman and I know the feeling is mutual too.. so make Una dey Una dey make I dey my day too😁

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  10. Me i want to have my personal room when i get married, we can be sneaking into each other's rooms and get naughty😜..we must always sleep together tho wether in his or mine

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    1. And u don't want ur partner to cheat.ok oh!!! Wat do I know?

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    2. @Lyrix,if man wan cheat he go cheat o.No be same room dey stop am.

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    3. Lyrix, me and husband have shared same room, same bed for over 18years now, yet he cheats like no man's biz. It's not be sharing room n bed o.

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  11. Me I can't stay in the same house with my husband and have separate rooms biko.

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  12. If I build my own house, my wife will have her own room and I will have my own room. Make everybody get their privacy abeg. Women with plenty bags and shoes and wig.

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  13. This is one of the things hubby and I discussed during our courtship days. He told me that even if we're living in a mansion, we must share one room because what's the need being married and sharing separate rooms? And it has remained that way.

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  14. Well, I have my own personal room,but I still sleep in my husband's room every night, He doesn't enjoy sleeping alone, so my room is mostly a gossip center for my siblings and IπŸ˜‚, whenever they come visiting.

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  15. Couples can have different rooms but sleep on one bed. My husband and I have separate rooms but I only sleep in my room when he travels.

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  16. Having your own room does not mean both of you won't sleep together at night.

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    1. Thank you. Na only you understand this concept!

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    2. Thank you Talita.

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  17. I will love to have my room.

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  18. Lagos Mainland Girl2 July 2024 at 15:15

    No privacy in marriage.

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  19. We will occupy same room please

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  20. My mom had her own room for clothes, wrappers, gbogbotigbo. Then they had a master bedroom where they sleep together.

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  21. Abeg ooo na my own room I dey sleep, hubby cannot sleep without putting the Ac on highest from night till morning, me on the other hand is allergic to cold, hubby cannot sleep without cuddling but I don't want to be sick of pneumonia, almost every morning he will come to my room for small twe twe.

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  22. Since I got pregnant six months after birthing my twins I now stay in my own room, I mistakenly took in because I'm always in my husband's room, now na "to your tent o isreal" , and I will not sleep in his room till I go for my family planning.

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  23. There shouldn't be any privacy between couple if they're opened to each other in marriage. So for me, it's a 'No, No.'

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  24. I prefer two rooms link by opening and no door we can decide to sleep in each other room but the same bed every night,women load is tasking ,una load too plenty.

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  25. My husband and I have maintained separate bedrooms with a connecting which is always open so we see each other from across the rooms in case of any medical emergency, for the past 10ths.
    He snores a lot, sleeps early( at about 9pm) and is an early riser…always up by 4am.
    I am a veeeery light sleeper, I sleep very late(at about 1am) and wake up very late.
    We both tried to maintain a single room but my health started suffering with daily bouts of headaches, anxiety and rising bp.
    He comes to mine when we want to be intimate or gist etc.
    I go to his room too or we just talk across the rooms via the connecting door.
    We’ve been married for 28yrs plus and if anyone had told me this would happen I would have disagreed but then, wisdom is profitable to direct.

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  26. I remember watching a documentary about a married couple that lived in different houses, a couple streets away. They apparently loved each other but just had different styles of living and for the sake of peace decided to live in separate homes. They seemed happy and content with their choice and the children seemed well adjusted.

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  27. I Cant share a room with a woman o.women wey dey too mess,I no fit abeg

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    1. Na mess be your own problem, we stay in different rooms because of my plenty kaya, plus hubby always leaves his door open while I hate mosquitoes with a passion.

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  28. It's better we dey single than married and be living like single in the name of privacy.😎

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  29. Different rooms same bed , my hubby hates too much load in the room abeg make him no go throway all my belongings cos he's already telling me dash this one na ,dash this one too your bags plenty , you dont wear this ,oga abeg go your room it's not blocking you 🀣🀣🀣

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  30. Seperate rooms for me.
    I realised 4 years ago that I prefer my bed space to myself,And I love having my me time.

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  31. My husband and I own a 5,335 sq. ft 7 room) home, but we don't sleep on the same bed because we both snore like crazy. We tried for a week when we moved to the house, but we both always wake up with headaches because we barely catch up to 3 hours sleep the most nights. My husband also love sleeping with the AC at its coolest, I no get that power. Nobody advise us to sleep in separate room, we have been married for 26 years and we have been sleeping in different room since then, but nothing has tampered with our love or respect for each other. Do what aligns with your health!

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  32. Same room same bed cos I like holding that stuff lol, na my sleeping tablet be that.

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  33. I wanted separate room but hubby refused cos he behaves like someone that was deprived of breast feeding when he was young.he like breast die.

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  34. I share same room same bed with hubby since we got married and sometimes I feel choked. I desire my own room but hubby will not hear of it next he will start threatening about cheating and allowing devil to come in between us bla bla

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  35. We used to share the master bedroom until life happened.

    Now I have a separate room where I keep my personal belongings.

    We could do the do in any of the rooms.

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