polobutt saidThis snoring topic is hitting very close to home with me. I happen to snore a lot or so I've been told by my partner.
The thing is that he doesn't sleep well anyway and would always complain to me about his inability to sleep even before we lived together. Now that he has moved in, on the nights that he can't sleep and I'm snoring he is constantly hitting my pillows, hitting me or throwing pillows over my head to wake me up.
I happen to feel that this is very disrespectful towards me. He says, if he can't sleep, I'm not going to sleep. It seems to be right along the same lines as several of his other childish tantrums.
I understand that I snore, but on the nights that he is able to sleep, my snoring doesn't bother him. But when he can't sleep and I am snoring, he treats me just awful.
It's to the point where his reactions are getting close to me wanting to end the relationship all together.
buy him some ear plugs... some are outright tight and uncomfortable but there are those moldable jelly types which you placed outside the ear canals. Those works....or ask him to turn you on your side gently when you snore and he is awake...--- sleeping on your side cuts out the snoring..... or Ditch him.
He is being unfair and very disrespectful to you... my BF snores, but I would never do this to him ( pummel the pillow and wake him up). .. i resort to taking sleeping pills... ear plugs, ,, whenever we sleep over together. its a torture not being a ble to sleep,, and a bigger torture to be waken up prematurely before the alarm rings!