Cinderella and Prince Charming shared a bed after their happily ever afterwedding, right? After all, isnt that what happy, loving partners do?Not always, in fact, less often than many think, says Jennifer Adams, theauthor of Sleeping Apart Not Falling Apart: How to get a good nights sleepand keep your relationship alive. Nowadays many couples choose to sleepseparately as a result of one partners snoring, restlessness, work hours or apreference for watching TV into the night. Add babies or young children tothis mix and life can turn into one long fatigue-ridden struggle to work orparent effectively.However, for many couples, sleeping apart can carry a social stigma if yousleep apart your relationship must be in trouble. Sleeping Apart Not FallingApart offers couples realistic and practical solutions to having separate bedsor bedrooms while maintaining a loving and caring relationship. Written ina warm, down-to-earth tone, the book offers hope and support to all thosesuffering from a chronic lack of sleep and wanting to do something aboutit without wrecking their relationship.