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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.
About 25 percent of Americans are mild to moderate "larks," or early birds, while another 25 percent are mild to moderate night "owls." The 50 percent in the middle are more flexible "daytime" people.
Frederick Brown, an associate psychology professor at Penn State University, and his wife, Dr. Related: 'Happily united' in separate rooms: Why my husband and I sleep apart The couple, married since 2001, should know. “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.
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.“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.
Date nights become unnecessarily complicated, especially when you want to go to a place that closes at five on the weekend.