A girlfriend can take a break from sharing her bed to make sure you’re safe, a new study has revealed.
The findings show that sharing a bed is better than not sharing a place at all, even if the relationship is not very romantic.
A study from Australian researchers found that if your girlfriend asks you to share the bed with her, you should probably leave her alone.
“This finding is very surprising as there are many women who do not share a bedroom with their boyfriends,” Dr Elizabeth Sayers, a lecturer in psychology at the University of Sydney, said.
“If your partner is very romantic, sharing a bedroom is usually a good way to ensure they are not getting too close to each other, and are safe.”
When a woman is sharing a room with a partner, she is less likely to feel unsafe in a relationship.
But if she is sharing the bed, it is possible that she may feel safer.
Researchers from the University and the University at Adelaide found that people who were comfortable with their partner sharing a space were less likely than people who felt uncomfortable sharing a separate space to feel safer in a sexual relationship.
However, there were also some similarities between women who felt safe in a physical relationship and women who did not.
If your girlfriend does not feel safe sharing the bedroom, it means you have more than one partner and you should always have someone else to share your bed with, Dr Sayers said.
The research also found that women who are in a non-romantic relationship are more likely to say they would never do it again, rather than a romantic relationship.