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Old 03-02-2016, 07:08 PM
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if you don't go to sleep when they do?

My fiancé teaches and she get up at 5am to get all pretty and I sleep in until 7:30, at night Im not ready to go to bed at 9, she is and gets a little mad because I wont go to bed (if she wants sex,different story)....I don't sleep well if Im not ready (tired) to go to bed......anyone else feel my pain?


PS id rather be here or the sandbar
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Old 03-02-2016, 07:19 PM
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Opposite scenario for us. Wife likes to stay up and watch the late shows.
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I sleep when I want fool. (KP)
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Old 03-02-2016, 07:22 PM
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Opposite scenario for us. Wife likes to stay up and watch the late shows.
which is fine.....I controlled burned a 50 acre field sunday and was tired as shit so I went to bed at 7pm (ish)....kissed her goodnight and went to bed....I didn't expect her too
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We hit the bed about the same time. She likes to read or (horrors) fall asleep to TV. I believe bed is for two things, and one of them is sleeping.
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We're going to need pics. of the fiancé to be able to give appropriate response!
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^^^^^^ ding ding ding @jorgan
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Old 03-02-2016, 07:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Jus Teasin View Post
We're going to need pics. of the fiancé to be able to give appropriate response!
cant tell you exactly where, but in the sandbar is a pic....she wont let me post more as of now
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Old 03-02-2016, 07:36 PM
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No problem with my wife or me about not going to bed at the same time. She gets up @ 4:30a and I get up around 6:30a so she is in bed around 9:30 and I go to bed usually after the 11:00p news.
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Originally Posted by bluffman2 View Post
which is fine.....I controlled burned a 50 acre field sunday and was tired as shit so I went to bed at 7pm (ish)....kissed her goodnight and went to bed....I didn't expect her too
I've always found burning to be exhausting. Think it's a combo effect of stress and smoke inhalation. Usually drink couple or more of cold beers and go to sleep in recliner chair after burning.
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Old 03-02-2016, 07:42 PM
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My wife goes to bed around 9. I'm up till 1-1:30 relaxing or doing paperwork every night. 10pm-1am is the most productive three hours of my day. We both get up around 7.

I'm sure she would love for me to go to bed at the same time but it will never happen. If I had her sleep schedule I would be up at 3am every morning and feel horrible all day.
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Her 9 me forced to go at 9 but can't sleep. Would rather be up till 11. One of many reasons we are getting divorced.
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Old 03-02-2016, 08:29 PM
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guess where she is.............and where I am....lol I showed her this post and shes now agreeing
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I go to bed with my wife, early, then get up for a few hours.
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Old 03-02-2016, 09:12 PM
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Mine gets all pissy to but I have to have tv to sleep and her Lil shit dog won't fall asleep with the tv on, plus most of my shows stay on till 10-11. Sadly I find myself waking up on the couch a lot around 1am and moving to our bed till she's up at 5 am (nurse) and I get up at 730. Some nights I try to go to bed with her but end up on here or on the couch.
my grandfather once told me son , if you're watching tv in the bedroom you're doing something wrong, the bed room is for two things, tv ain't one and sleep is.....
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Old 03-02-2016, 09:43 PM
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Don't even have a TV in the bedroom. I discovered that going to bed and shutting the light off and shutting my brain down helps. No electronics. No lights. Try to go to sleep. .....Try....Try...Sleep... She can be asleep before the glow is out of the lightbulb !!!!
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I stay up 2 hours later than the wife and get up an hour and a half before her... If sex is in the cards I do that and then get back up. No sense in laying there for hours looking at the clock...

It's worked for over 20 years now. Not changing.
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Originally Posted by raystein View Post
Opposite scenario for us. Wife likes to stay up and watch the late shows.

Us too, I am not a night person and if I get still I will be lights out whether it is 8 pm or 11 pm, most nights I am in bed by 10 and watch tv with timer set to go off 2 hours later(this keeps me from waking up in middle of the night)

Wife may not come to bed until 12 or so however I am up between 5/5:30 every am and eat breakfast, read paper, watch shows on DVR that I missed and drink coffee and then at my office by 7 most mornings


Wife is NOT a morning person but does have to be at work around 8, some mornings 7:30 which she hates
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Nope....

Wife is up at 3 AM and in bed by 8;30 or so...

I have started getting in bed a little sooner than I used to over the years and enjoy getting up earlier. I can get a lot done around in here iin the morning by myself..
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Old 03-03-2016, 04:15 AM
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Originally Posted by raystein View Post
Opposite scenario for us. Wife likes to stay up and watch the late shows.
same here ..... i am snoring by 10pm and up at 6am .... wife goes to bed around 11:30 and up at 7.....

But we have been married 24 years - so slightly difference scenario from op
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