When couples are married, many individuals may think that sleeping arrangements mean that the pair share a bed. However, this may not always be the case. For some individuals a marriage bed holds no particular significance, and some Alabama residents may simply prefer to sleep in separate beds. However, if underlying issues are resulting in a lack of bed sharing, individuals may find themselves facing family law issues.
While it is perfectly valid for couples to sleep in different beds or entirely different rooms due to snoring or other uncomfortable habits, it is also not uncommon for couples to no longer want to share a bed because they are not seeing eye to eye. Most everyone has heard of one spouse having to sleep on the couch for one reason or another. If this type of situation is a common occurrence, it may point to a greater issue.
When married individuals find themselves no longer wanting to go to bed together because they do not want communicate, their relationships may be facing turmoil. Unfortunately, the desire to sleep separately may also point to a lack of effort to resolve the issues in the marriage. If this is the case, divorce could potentially be on the horizon.
Though sleeping arrangements alone may not dictate the likelihood of a couple getting divorced, it could have some significance. If Alabama residents believe that their marital issues are too great to overcome and are contemplating divorce, they may wish to explore their legal options. Discussing interests and concerns with experienced family law attorneys could help parties better understand how to move forward.
Source: Chicago Tribune, "Column: Advice for couples sleeping in separate bedrooms", Jackie Pilossoph, June 28, 2017