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Posted by: angela | 2007/06/11

how do I handle this?

My husband and I have a wonderful relationship. We love each other very much and have 2 children. He wants to put a TV in our bedroom and I can't fall asleep with the TV on. We already tried to do it a few years ago and I was miserable as I wasn't getting any sleep. To me he is being selfish as we already have a TV in the lounge. In my eyes, a bedroom is for sleep and not for watching TV. How do I handle this situation as he is just itching to put the TV in and I want to just scream!!!
Thanks very much
Angela

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Well, for a start, why does he want a TV in the bedroom ? To watch before going to sleep, or to go to sleep to ? Is the problem that he stays awake later than you, watching TV, and thus keeps you awake ? If so, then he should limit his viewing to the lounge. But have you discussed thiswith uim ? What reason does he give for ignoring the problems this could cause you with your sleep ?

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Posted by: maybe | 2007/06/11

maybe he would like to watch some adult movies with you, or movies that have scenes that have an age restriction considering the fact that you have kids...

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Posted by: Echelle | 2007/06/11

Yeah, agree with blondie... Would be nice to sit under the blankets and watch tv together BEFORE you go to sleep

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Posted by: Carol | 2007/06/11

My husband and I allso have a tv in our room because it is so cold in winter where we live. Most the time he switches it off when he is done, and keeps the volume at a reasonable level so that I can sleep. The occasional slip up can be expected when he himself falls asleep with the tv on....suppose he is only human. I agree with blondie try compromise!!!! You will probably end up enjoying the comfort of watching tv in a warm bed.....I know have when it is cold.....

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Posted by: Blondie.. | 2007/06/11

I agree - a bedroom is for sleeping and resting..

Would you be able to compromize? i.e. he only watches tv until you want to go to sleep?

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