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sleep preferences

  1. Beanfinity

    Sleeping alone vs. With your partner in bed

    So I read somewhere that it is not uncommon for autistic people to have difficulty sleeping in the same bed as their partner. Now, I am a VERY light sleeper, always have been. Since moving in with my partner my sleep has gotten progressively worse. Some of that can be explained by headaches...
  2. dylan_gnome

    sleeping over at friends houses

    does anyone else struggle with sleepovers? i am 22 and whenever i have the opportunity to spend the night with a friend, i either sleep horribly, don’t sleep, or end up going home to sleep in my own bed. i don’t seem to struggle in hotels, and i never had an issue when i was at sleep-away camp...
  3. Joshua the Writer

    Does Anybody Else Have Weird Sleeping Preferences/Positions?

    I just recently have now started to usually sleep by putting all my blankets except for my blankets in a pile at the end of my bed, resting one of my pillows against that pile, keeping the other one where it is. I rest my head on the pillow that is on the pile, and my feet on the only thing...
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