Keep Them Covered If Cold
Cold Feet have Socks on When Sleeping
We all have oddities when it comes to our body and knowing that give us many opportunities to cooperate with our mate and make adjustments that will work out better for both parties. Now I realize that having cold feet is not of your choosing and if you could fix it you would. But heres the deal, when cold feet are pressed against your mate it frequently wakes them up and then its hard for them to find their slumber again. So put some socks on and the problem is solved and your mate will appreciate your concern for their sleep.
Clean Feet Produce less Odor
The bedroom for some reason poses more problems for most couples and figuring out solutions goes along way in making the togetherness work better. Now I’m not Mr. No it all but I can tell you with absolute certainty that showering just before you go to bed will make your togetherness work one hundred percent better. As the day progresses we all produce odors that cling to us and usually don’t interfere with the collection device called our nose. But other noses take a deep dislike to this odor and would rather have it removed so that they could sleep without being annoyed by it. And Im sure you have noticed that smelling good generally receives a favorable response from your love mate and if all conditions are in place favorable interaction may come into play and that produces chemicals that help the maters sleep better. Either way good hygiene is better then sleeping in the barn if you get my drift.
Darkness is Good for Sleeping
Also darkness is a great aid in helping people get to sleep. So putting proper coverings on the window is extremely important. I like over kill in my bedroom. First I have the old pull down roll shade, then I use window blinds and I used the ones that resist the outside light best. Then I use drapes to completely cover the window opening.
Bedrooms Should be Neutral Places
We have no pictures on the walls, or books around and certainly no notes for future things to do. There is nothing in our bedroom that reminds us of anything. We think of our bedroom as a neutral place where sleep and happiness exist. That’s how I feel and I’m sticking to it.
Don L. Terrill
The Marriage Guru
photo by Mayr
Posted by Don L. Terrill at 5:06 PM