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Group Therapy: We Sleep Like a Married Couple — Not in Love

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When my boyfriend and I sleep he tends to roll WAY over to his side. There's a great gap between us; the king size bed makes it especially lonesome. Is it weird that I'm taking this personally? We're talking about a guy who's asleep here! But I can't help but feel a bit sad. It couldn't be that he's upset with me about something and is being distant because he's a no-nonsense type of guy, and if I did something to piss him off he'd have told me. He's just really distant in bed! I'm a really touchy feely, clingy type of girl (though not annoyingly so, I'm just . . . really loving, so I'm taken aback by it. Also, I should mention that while we have been dating for a few years now, this is a fairly new realization to me as we only see each other 1-2 weeks a year. You'd think that the other 98% of the year that we spend apart would have made him clung to me but . . . no.

Maybe I'm just being oversensitive. Besides there isn't really much you can do with this kind of thing (I mean as I said he's asleep for cripes sake, what can he do right?), so it's not like talking to him will do anything but make him feel bad . . . I guess I'm just wondering if any of you guys have had the same problem? Whether or not you have how do you think I should handle it?

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