However, if you are on a vacation with someone who lives on a completely different schedule than you, this might be a problem.
Those early morning excursions will be a pain for the night owl, and those late night parties will be a problem for the morning person.
La Jambe is a classic owl, staying up until 1 or 2 a.m., while Brown is a lark who goes to bed and rises early. Early riser Frederick tries not to bombard Cynthia with too much information when she wakes up hours later. “And, I try not to lay heavy duty intellectual notions on him late at night. But we try.” Treat your sleeping partner as you'd like to be treated, says Greer.
Related: Interrupted sleep can wreck your mood At home, the couple take steps to ensure each gets enough sleep, which can mean retreating to separate rooms. and he’ll have to go to the guest room to read,” says La Jambe. Jane Greer, a New York-based relationship expert, creator of "Shrink Wrap with Dr. Stop Selfishness From Ruining Your Relationship." Related: Catching up on lost sleep may reverse a few restless nights Larks and owls must be aware of one another's needs and "adapt accordingly," says Greer. “Sometimes he’ll want to tell me some really intellectual stuff first thing in the morning. "Don’t bang closet doors, don’t put the TV on loud, don’t pull up the blinds so the sun comes screaming in." Matt says he's careful about minimalizing noise in the morning — even opening the door of the microwave before it can beep.
Matt Jones fell for Jess Masterton when the two met in the graduate creative writing program at the University of Alabama three years ago.
The writers, both in their late 20s, have a lot in common.
But when they moved in together, they had to reckon with one difference that became a big deal fast — Matt is an early bird and Jess is a night owl.
"Sometimes people see their partner’s behavior as being selfish and they take it very personally," says Greer.
Even though opposites supposedly attract, having different sleeping schedules could be a deal breaker for some people.
Here are five struggles every morning person/night owl knows when their partner has a completely different bed time. As a morning person, you will most likely eat breakfast alone because your partner is going to be sleeping till lunch.
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