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The Bed's Just Right Without You

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The Bed's Just Right Without You

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More and more American couples spend their nights in separate beds for any number of reasons. Guests discuss the effects of sharing a bed and what nighttime rituals can teach you about your bedmate.

Guests:

Paul Rosenblatt, author of Two in a Bed; professor of family social science at University of Minnesota

Dr. Helene Emsellem, sleep expert; director of the Center for Sleep and Wake Disorders