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Mom moves to another room

instead of my mom sleeping in the same room with my dad, she moves to another room. So she can be alone.... what does this mean? and she is ALWAYS in her phone.

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Maybe it means they are having personal difficulties or maybe it means they prefer sleeping separately.

Daizy and I toss and turn all night and if we slept in the same bed NEITHER of us would get any sleep so we used separate beds for years. Then, when the kids left home, we took a room each. That's heaven! It means I can get up in the middle of the night, move around, fire up my laptop, read, party if I want to, all without disturbing her sleep.

Always on the phone? A lot of people are addicted to the telephone. It doesn't have to mean anything sinister.

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Party if you want to? Let me know next time ;0)
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Whee...
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2Step!!:-). yeehaa!!
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Y'all sashay over here and we'll have ourselves a hoedown...
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Start the Fiddlin'!
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btw., You juss soundin like a good ole' Sutern boy, Suggg!
( In case you haven't learned that "Amiricana" ( Southern!) yet; " Sugar" or "Suugg", used just as is "Hon" or "Honey" in everyday speak.:-).
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LoL
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Oh well, maybe your Dad snores or something. But maybe they are having relationship problems, maybe they'll split up.. :( Sorry

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My husband snores like a freight train. I tried to deal with it for years. Finally, we each got our own rooms. I assure we (after 23 years of marriage) still live each other very much. There's nothing complicated about us having separate rooms. We both get sleep and are much better individually and together as a result!!

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Not everyone likes being kicked around in their sleep, or hearing somebody snore really loudly. So there might be some hope

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We sleep in different rooms due to my illness and hubbies random movements at night. Also we keep different hours. Doesn't mean anything but we both sleep better. However, what ever is going on in your parents case is THEIR BUSINESS. Try and keep cool like you're not noticing it. If you can't ask the parent you're closest too and let them explain and don't be judgmental. Whatever is going on be supportive. It's not about you

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As you've read so far; people sleep in separate rooms for a variety of reasons, not necessarily because there's a problem between the two. If you are really worried and concerned, ask them if there is something wrong and do so kindly, don't expect an answer though, should there be a problem they may not be ready or willing to share that.

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australis
thoughtful answer
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Thanks australis!:-)
How're you today? no teaching?
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australis
Not today witt.Took the day off.Had a friend come over last night and it turned into an all nighter,listening to her problem.I think the kids are better off without me today.I look like a vampire.
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australis
I was just going over some of your Q&A to pass the time and came across some beauties.I think I'll go back to bed.
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Thanks australis.:-).did you see the wacky repeated one which was actually part of an answer?
never did figure how that happened! lol!
Think I'm of to bed also, it's 3:12a.m. and have some appts. later.yaaaawn.
Sleep well. check ya later.
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australis
ok witt.nice talking to you.sleep tight
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