Monday, March 7, 2011

Which Side?


There are many reasons people have for which side of the bed they like. Hopefully when sleeping with another person your preferred side is not the middle. Sometimes people prefer the side away from the window, or closest to the door, or even where the sun doesn't shine in when morning arrives. Sometimes it has to do with which side of the room has better air flow and which one is warmer. We all have our preferences.

Did you know, however, that which side you predominantly sleep on will determine how you relate to your partner? This is fact. It has even scientifically been proven. Here is how it goes...

If you sleep with your partner always on the right of you then you will usually relate more emotionally to your partner. If you sleep with your partner always on the left of you then you will usually relate more analytically to your partner. Either way kind of sucks because it becomes limiting in the way in which you are able to relate.

So here is the solution. Change sides every week. We change the sheets once a week so on the day the sheets are changed, we change sides. That way we relate to each other in a variety of ways. Yes, sometimes someone is preferring the middle, but that just makes it a wee bit cozier.

And then, you may ask, what does it mean when the cat sleeps between the two of you? Well, in cat language that means, "I am queen of this household and you two will connect when I say you connect!" We both love her and give her pets and rubs. But we don't let her determine when the two of us connect. If there is any fuss on her part she is projectiled to her own bed on the chair across from the foot of our bed. She usually doesn't stick around for more than half an hour anyway. What will it be like when we adopt our dog?!

Blessed Be
Trent
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3 comments:

Gail said...

Be prepared for lots of hissing and growling, clawing and yiping, followed by mad barking and chasing. Oh, and the odd crashing and breaking sounds when the cat knocks over a knickknack or a treasured object that you thoughtlessly left on a shelf you put up for the sole purpose of displaying said treasure. Sigh, when will humans ever learn?

Vanitha said...

There is already "lots of hissing and growling, clawing and yiping, followed by mad barking and chasing" but Gail, what will the pets do?

Gail said...

Vanitha, in that case, the pets will have nothing to do but watch and learn.