To save their marriage, some couples do not hesitate to use the " divorce of sleep ". This practice is spreading like wildfire across the Channel, where many lovebirds have decided to sleep in a separate room, as explained in an article in the Daily Telegraph, reported on Monday 29 June by our colleagues from International Mail. The goal ? Protect his half of a possible infection with the novel coronavirus.
Jenny and David have decided to apply the gestures barriers up in the bedroom. The thirty-year-old, questioned by the media the british, explains that he has continued to exercise his profession as a sports coach during the pandemic and fears to contaminate her companion, who carries their future child. Many caregivers of the NHS, the system of public health English, have also opted for this radical solution.
A previous practice to the Covid-19
But the "divorced of sleep" have not waited for the coronavirus to oust their spouse out of bed. "A survey carried out in early 2020, before the pandemic, revealed that the "divorced of sleep" were more than twice as many as in 2010, bringing to 15% the number of couples who have room to share ", recalls the Daily Telegraph. Avoid snoring by his sidekick, sleep, star, read up to no time... and the practice of sleeping alone already had many strengths.
the Only downside : too much force on the motions of the barriers, the lovers might well erect a wall between them, warning in the columns of the british daily the therapist Hilda Burke. "This is the bed that couples can have private conversations and intimate without the presence of their children or other people, that is why this moment is in danger of disappearing if everyone sleeps on his side," she says.