Do you and your partner share one bed?

@EdnaReyes (2628)
Philippines
October 1, 2010 7:51am CST
I don't share my bed with my partner. We have our own bed in same room and I think this works well cause we've been together for a longer time and the romance and excitement is always there. How about you, do you think this set up is okay?
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7 responses
• United States
1 Oct 10
I am not married however if I was living with my boyfriend- I would prefer to have one bed together. For you, you two have your own beds in the same room, are the beds pushed together or you both sleep on different sides of the room. The set up is okay.... but just temporary- I hope?
@kumar437 (29)
• India
1 Oct 10
The best thing being a partner is having one bed and sharing that bed.
• United Arab Emirates
1 Oct 10
I think its a part o relationship that you share the bed with your partner. Every couple would love to sleep on one bed.
• United States
1 Oct 10
Sounds like your partner and your set-up is working fine and no one really can say it is a bed arrangement. Sounds like although in separate beds you both enjoy the intimacy regardless. I do not know if this would work for me, but you never know.
@laydee (12813)
• Philippines
1 Oct 10
I'm not married, therefore I could not answer your questions yet. But when I do, I would want to share one bed. However, the main reason why I decided to respond to your discussion is because the topic made me remember something. I know for a fact that there are couples who used to share one bed but then decided to have separate rooms when they grow older. It's not that they no longer 'love' each other, but simply, they say they couldn't take the 'odor' of their partner. I guess when one grows old, there is some innate odor that comes out. I think that's the same when you are with old people. They have a certain 'smell' in them even if they take baths everyday or put on perfumes. It's not a sad thing really. But I guess like love, the intensity of attraction fades over time as well. But that doesn't mean they're no longer friends or partners.
@laydee (12813)
• Philippines
1 Oct 10
I'm not married, therefore I could not answer your questions yet. But when I do, I would want to share one bed. However, the main reason why I decided to respond to your discussion is because the topic made me remember something. I know for a fact that there are couples who used to share one bed but then decided to have separate rooms when they grow older. It's not that they no longer 'love' each other, but simply, they say they couldn't take the 'odor' of their partner. I guess when one grows old, there is some innate odor that comes out. I think that's the same when you are with old people. They have a certain 'smell' in them even if they take baths everyday or put on perfumes. It's not a sad thing really. But I guess like love, the intensity of attraction fades over time as well. But that doesn't mean they're no longer friends or partners.
@ravend (661)
• Malta
1 Oct 10
I think it is up to every individual person and couple to decide what is good. :) The bed might give space for more intimate times, or maybe not. :) Up to you