I am remarried but my marriage is over. One of the main reasons is that I asked my husband to sleep in a separate bed, because I desperately need my sleep to function - what little of it I get. My husband moved to a different bed, but sees it as me kicking him out of all sex. I share custody of my kids from my first marriage, and my youngest daughter is frightened to sleep on her own. She is only nine, and due to severe anxiety and depression had to be put on antidepressants this year. She was very young when her father and I separated, and she's been used to co-sleeping with me - out of necessity when my living arrangements were limited and there wasn't an extra bed. I don't see her as often as I'd like since I work full-time and have half-time custody, and it has broken my heart to watch her suffer. Occasionally she will keep me up at night, but she's only with me half-time, and I can usually remedy any restlessness (eg cough, cold). My current husband sees this as me preferring my daughter to him. Well - she is my daughter, but even if she weren't co-sleeping with me, I still couldn't bear to sleep with a loud snorer. I am so desperate for sleep just to get through the day. I have to make up for lost sleep during the week (due to work and school schedules) by sleeping a good part of the weekends, which is also cause for friction. I just wish he knew how hard I have to fight for sleep. It's going to be very, very hard financially and practically without him around, but he's made up his mind to leave. I make the bulk of our income; I do any housework that gets done; and I raise the kids. He is on Facebook. I am just wondering if anyone can relate, and what they did about a snoring partner. He refuses medical treatment for it, so that's a non-starter.