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    Quote Originally Posted by Megan View Post
    Pet peeves for me:
    -People who don't take responsibility for their actions.
    -Selfish people who have no consideration for others.
    -People with no respect for the law.




    In our case, I am a stay-at-home-mum, my husband works full time. That's how we were able to afford our dog and how he still has company during the day
    same here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Megan View Post
    Pet peeves for me:
    -People who don't take responsibility for their actions.
    -Selfish people who have no consideration for others.
    -People with no respect for the law.




    In our case, I am a stay-at-home-mum, my husband works full time. That's how we were able to afford our dog and how he still has company during the day

    To be honest that was the case for me this time but it hasnt been in previous times and i have never seen any side effects from it. I will always own a dog i couldnt imagine life without one. unfortunately i could also not imagine life without a job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    I remember. OH will not go to the clinic and it is here in this city! Grrr.

    But he bashes the walls with his arms, jumps so much his body literally leaves the bed. He's a shocker. Have since discovered that his father had major problems like this and would sleep downstairs in their qlder home, or else none of the family could get to sleep, it was that bad. So I really want him to go to the sleep clinic!!!

    As you can see after my rant, any dog would be quieter IMO.
    Often they won't until something happens...and what happens is not nice. I wish our men would listen to us a bit more. Steve kept saying that he didn't have a problem...that was until he was dead tired during the day and never felt like he had been sleeping and I was complaining about the snoring!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter70 View Post
    unfortunately i could also not imagine life without a job.
    Sorry I know this is a serious conversation but that really gave me the giggles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    I remember. OH will not go to the clinic and it is here in this city! Grrr.

    But he bashes the walls with his arms, jumps so much his body literally leaves the bed. He's a shocker. Have since discovered that his father had major problems like this and would sleep downstairs in their qlder home, or else none of the family could get to sleep, it was that bad. So I really want him to go to the sleep clinic!!!

    As you can see after my rant, any dog would be quieter IMO.

    The improvement in the quality of life should be enough incentive DA, most people i know who have done something about it say its like being a teenager again after a proper nights sleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter70 View Post
    The improvement in the quality of life should be enough incentive DA, most people i know who have done something about it say its like being a teenager again after a proper nights sleep.
    it makes a HUGE difference!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    Often they won't until something happens...and what happens is not nice. I wish our men would listen to us a bit more. Steve kept saying that he didn't have a problem...that was until he was dead tired during the day and never felt like he had been sleeping and I was compaining about the snoring!!!
    I know. he suffers from this head in the sand thing. I'm not gonna drag him, but he can sleep downstairs permanently if that's the case soon. it's wrecking my temper, getting deep unbroken sleep ALL the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter70 View Post
    The improvement in the quality of life should be enough incentive DA, most people i know who have done something about it say its like being a teenager again after a proper nights sleep.
    Um, not sure exactly how you are meaning that, but if I got a decent night's sleep regularly, well, I'd feel like a teenager, not just him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    I know. he suffers from this head in the sand thing. I'm not gonna drag him, but he can sleep downstairs permanently if that's the case soon. it's wrecking my temper, getting deep unbroken sleep ALL the time.
    know that feeling all too well!

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    And he asks why I'm a grumpy bitch all the time? Der. I just want to punch and pummel him all night for the next week and then ask him how he's gonna handle that for the next ten years? You think that might chase him to the sleep clinic???

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