Posted by: Frank Walker LMFT | May 11, 2017

Rules in the Bedroom 2

Rules in the bedroom


Five Rules for the Bedroom

Here are the rules I think you should keep in your “adult married” bedroom.

These are physical rules and they don’t deal with whatever happens between you and your spouse when you are in the bedroom. Maybe I will deal with that later.

Sometimes your bedroom, the “master bedroom”, becomes command center for the entire household. The master bedroom, your bedroom becomes the hospital, business center, counseling room, time out room and theater all in one.

It is my goal to suggest that your bedroom become what it is really intended for.

Here are five suggestions/rules that you might try.

2. Bedroom as Sanctuary.

Your bedroom should be an oasis, a sanctuary, a reprieve from the real world out there in the rest of the house.

Take a little effort to make your bedroom a great place to sleep and have intimacy.

Decorate, supply and provide for your particular needs in your special room.

A comfortable bed and bedding, black out curtains, lighting and possibly scents and accents are recommended for your relaxation and enjoyment.

Take the time and energy to make your bedroom a place for your private retreat.


Frank J Walker LMFT

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Cambria, Ca. 93428


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