Our expert says:
People who live alone form a large set of habits and expectations, and probably have more difficulty in adjusting when they start to live with someone else. There has to be communication, negotiation and compromise. Neither of you are "right" or "wrong", just different. Often, rather than giving in to one or other routine, one negotiates a shared schedule that's a bit of both, gives each of you what's most important to you, and maybe sets many new routines somewhere between the two, suh as eating a bit later than your habit, and a bit earlier than his.
Maybe it wasn't wise to decide to live together, but that's a partly different question. Tranquillizers will absolutely not help, and may make things worse.
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