By xetsa - 13/02/2010 05:23 - France
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(sorry some problem with editing) Perhaps that is some other kind of snorring (if that's possible) because it works just fine with my boyfriend. Just go to the doctor OP, I still don't think he needs pills but there are many other solutions as already pointed out above. All the people complaining about her being a whiny bitch because he got home from Iraq and she then complains he snores well stop being so proud your country is fighting for oil and THINK. She isn't complaining he got out from Iraq, she probably had trouble sleeping while he was in Iraq and now he is back she gets even less sleep.
My thoughts exactly. This is a man who could easily have been killed in war. You should be valuing the fact that you have him around, not complaining that he snores. As posted above, get him some nasal strips or even a snoring medication. A humidifier could help. But don't complain that he snores when an alternative is so much worse.
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who cares he was a dumbass to be a soilder and fight a stupid war
Yes, all fine and dandy he's home alive and well. But think a little what will end up out of their marriage? Sleep deprived people grow to be resentful, even if they wish they weren't. Not sleeping together anymore spells dry spells... Doctor is indeed the solution, and yes, it is a major FML!
You could do what I did. I got my own room. I eventually divorced him, but not for the snoring. Here's what I think might be the situation: 1) The OP never noticed the snoring before. 2) He's developed some sort of medical condition or has an allergy that is causing him to snore. 3) The snoring is temporary and should go away as soon as he adjusts back to his home environment. And tell your husband, welcome home and thanks!
What a bummer for you. It's not like he could have been killed in Iraq or anything.
Sleeping together is never easy.