It is not uncommon to find couples sleeping in separate beds. This phenomenon has even been researched, bringing about the concept of sleep divorce.
Clinical psychologist Liesl Vogts says that a lot of couples use excuses to sleep in separate beds because they are either irritated or angry with each other.
Vogts spoke to #NightTalk's Gugs Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo.
Listen to the full conversation below...
It says a lot about a couple if they can't get close and sleep together— Liesl Vogts, clinical psychologist
Snoring is not necessarily a reason to sleep in separate bedrooms— Liesl Vogts, clinical psychologist
7I find couples use a lot of excuses to rather sleep in separate rooms as a way to distance from a partner they are either irritated or angry with— Liesl Vogts, clinical psychologist