She doesn’t understand why they should compromise their “sanctuary zone,” as marriage and cohabitation already require a great deal of compromise.
A woman on Twitter outlined her reasons for not wanting to share a bedroom with her husband after they are married.
The woman, who goes by the handle @Gaialect on the microblogging site, said she would like to have a separate room from her spouse so they can each design their spaces whatever they like and host sleepovers.
She doesn’t understand why they should sacrifice their “sanctuary zone” further because marriage and cohabitation already require so much compromise, in her opinion.
“I think i will want separate bedrooms when i’m married. unless maybe if the bed is super big… no but even so like we can decorate our own rooms the way we want and have sleepovers… man i don’t know. i just feel like we would thrive in our spaces decorated the way we like.
Relationships, marriage and living together has so much compromise already. why compromise our own sanctuary space. if we have the same taste then okay, one bedroom would make sense but if we don’t then we shouldn’t compromise that imo. I bet you can tell physical touch is not my love language.
Imagine texting your partner from your separate rooms like “hey you up?” & they’re all what do u want (playfully) & you’re all… “can i come over. can u slut me out” LIKE PLEASE THATS HILARIOUZ not you wrapping yourself in that blanket & shuffling yourself down the hall to them.”