What Pattern Commonly Sabotages a Marriage at Bedtime?
“Honey We Need to Talk!”
Raising complicated discussion topics at bedtime is rarely productive and not the least bit sensual. Juggling work and parenting is chaotic and exhausting, so the urge to toss out weighty conversation topics once kids are asleep, responsibilities are met, and your heads are finally hitting the pillow makes sense. But initiating intense discussions at bedtime is a perfect way to lose sleep and sabotage your relationship. Designating bedtime as a chance for sex, sleep or light topics otherwise known as “pillow talk” should strengthen the marriage and leave you feeling rested, connected and satisfied.