Our expert says:
Well, its presumably less worrying if he plans to sleepover with male friends in a rugby-related incident than for more suspicious reasons and with more suspicious company.
But the basic idea of a couple promising, not to be faithful ( which apparently you both are ) but to sleep together in the same room every single night of your lives, sounds rather odd. Is your own company so unpleasant that you actually dread spending a weekend on your own ?
Can't you arrange to spend some of that time with family and friends ? Cant he leave the car with you, and travel with one of his friends ?
The initial promise is basically daft and wildly unrealistic.
As others say, there is surely something deeper going on here ; to what extent it is basically trust issues between you, or maybe anxiety issues about being alone on your side, remains to be seen. But wouldn't marriage counselling to clarify the issues and find mutually happier solutions, be a wise idea ?
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