But yeah, my boyfriend and I don't have sex as much as I would like because of him feeling like crap afterwards : And of course I think it's me. Ive had 2 girlfriends cheat on me and both times, I had a 'gut feeling'. I liked sleeping in his arms cause I felt safe. I know that you are probably sleeping too, but if you happen to get up, you may want to think about waking him up. A few years ago when I was young and stupid, when I hung out with a boy I liked that was not my boyfriend, I told my boyfriend the exact same thing yours is telling you. If this wont help you at all, try to see a doctor, you might be given some pills that can help you to sleep. A lot of times, I am still working when he gets up, but those nights I am able to make it into the bedroom.
Some people do pass out randomly or suddenly, but some people have this extreme fatigue that is extreme daytime sleepiness. I have found that the less I bother him about his sleeping or naps the more he wants to pay attention to me. My work starts at the most unreasonable time in the morning because I am the owner of a small business and it's very demanding. That is exactly what I do. Do you ever grab his hand and hold it when you 2 are walking? If you love him more than a friend then tell that friend the feeling is mutual.
I think once we got really comfortable he didn't try to hide it as much. A triple major in school and a wonderful actor. I don't want him too feel like he is boring me or anything, I just always fall asleep when we cuddle together. I just go straight back to my homework and start doing it and I can concentrate to it really well. This is a very complicated situation. First, let me make this clear — non-consensual sex is never okay unless it is a part of pre-agreed-upon sexual play. Just let him do it.
Narcolepsy has many different forms and symptoms. You see him like once a week and want him to talk to you till late every night? There's a lot of stress that builds up when you're trying to balance out your personal goals with keeping your girlfriend happy. It can hit at anytime but everyone is different and what narcolepsy is is different for everyone. I wouldn't fall asleep, but I could just barely function. And if he thinks this shit is normal, and he does not need medical attention, he is just being silly.
I kept insisting there was something wrong with him and he needed to see a doctor and do a sleep study. Generally they have causes, be they medical or psychological, like anxiety or stress or even an uncomfortable sleeping position. Maybe he's not well organized. Just wake him up to go to bed whenever your ready. It's actually made our relationship a lot stronger and fun, because we have more things to talk about, he gets his rest, I get my fun, and we hardly ever fight anymore. I even apologized for all our fights in the past.
Some guys have a hard time showing feelings or feel that if they hug or cuddle after sex of any kind then they are whipped and somehow not a man or maybe he thinks if he does not show emotion towards you he cannot get hurt in a relationship which is wrong. Again, I would go along with it and enjoy it until I would come to full consciousness. Just these past 4 months of both being unemployed we have had all this time and it's been wasted and Im so dissapointed that we didn't use well. He was diagnosed with diabetes a year ago last August - could that be part of it? Anemia is not so drastic in its results. So my intuition is sending me into a tailspin.
If nothing comes from that anymore, then you'll address the problem. When I wake him up, it's as if he has been in a deep sleep and he can't wake himself up properly. If he falls asleep because he is up partying all night without you or something similar, that might be another reason to talk to him. He has a pretty healthy diet, healthy weight. After speaking with doctors, etc. I turn it off, go take a shower and head directly to bed. I'd encourage him to get a sleep study done.
It helps referesh him and it makes him a more plesant person. I guess those two together would make most guys sad. Perhaps your boyfriend becomes really really tired at night that he does not have the strength to keep himself from falling asleep in the middle of your conversation. In fact, during my boyfriend's first year of teaching, I felt the same way you did: super confused and hurt and concerned. I don't consider it time together if he is sleeping. He doesnt want to fall asleep, it's as it he has taken sleeping tablets and can't wake himself up. It doesnt happen when he's moving or active of course, but sit him in class or in the car and he'll be out.
My life improved dramatically when I just started to tune it out! Probably because it is not normal if he does. I guess those two together would make most guys sad. I was so enraged and when I went to the doc, I was clean so I automatically thought he cheated on me. Nighty nightmares in adults are uncommon and can be caused by many things, from late night snacking, to drugs or alcohol, medications such as antidepressants what caused mine years ago , familial sleep disorders, sleep apnea etc. What I usually do to tackle this is switch sitting positions every half hour or so. He takes you up on it even though he knows better.
After reading your post, it seems like you just wish that you could spend more time together, when you guys are both awake. He usually watches them while I fix dinner, take a shower or get on mylot. My biggest downfall, by the way, is if I ever make the mistake of mentioning out loud that I am feeling overwhelmed or tired. You could also try putting it face-down since the mattress would probably press down less buttons, being soft and all. Okay, after my big long post, I think that I may have misinterrepted yours. However, we also love snuggling on the couch and watching each other play a solo campaign in a console game.