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Snoring: A cause for combat… or concern?

Readers of my blog or book would be very familiar with the fact that a snoring spouse (and sorry guys, but it's predominantly you) is the number one cause that disrupts a partner's sleep. The most frustrating aspect of snoring is that it's never intentional; it's not a choice the snorer makes, and unfortunately... none of us can avoid the behaviour. Snoring is going to happen to just about all … [Read More...]

Sexy, separate sleeping…

Many thanks to Katelyn Swallow from Women's Health and Fitness for writing such a balanced, interesting and informative article about separate sleeping. While I appreciate all publicity and discussion around the topic, most media tend to approach the topic as a curiosity; a 'weird' thing some … [Read More...]

A mighty dilemma….

In the last few months, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about relationships that stray from the path of  'normal'. Specifically, what to do when the solution to keep a relationship on track strays from the Western culture norms we’ve grown up aspiring to. A question I keep coming back to is … [Read More...]

Practically fantastic…

For the contemporary and health conscious couple who have everything, I came across this great article in Builder - a building and design site. Titled "Who Needs Sleep? Everyone." it provides a fantastic solution for anyone building a house and planning ahead for the high likelihood that as a … [Read More...]

Misleading and Deceptive Conduct…

I often ponder the question 'Why does marriage have to be forever? The thought of falling in love with a partner and spending a life time of blissful happiness is irresistible. It appeals to the romantic in us all and is held as a signal of success in most cultures. But statistics from across … [Read More...]

Readers of my blog or book would be very familiar with the fact that a snoring spouse (and sorry guys, but it’s predominantly you) is the number one cause that disrupts a partner’s sleep. The most frustrating aspect of snoring is that it’s never intentional; it’s not a choice the snorer makes, and unfortunately… none […]