Internet, meet Chrissy and Tom Clark, a Utah couple who married in 2008 and have been together for the past 16 years. (So cute!)
In a video that has amassed nearly a million views, Chrissy shared a shot of her husband's room...
...as well as her own, right down the hall.
The video invoked quite a response, leading thousands to flood the comment section with their views on sleeping arrangements. Some people shared that they feel sleeping in the same bed is an essential part of marriage, but others disagreed.
Couples who, like Chrissy and Tom, also sleep apart from their spouse chimed in. One user wrote, "Does not mean we don't love each other. Sometimes it just works better for many reasons."
Their sentiments were echoed by other couples who agreed that sleeping apart can work well for those partnered with people who snore, toss and turn, or enjoy reading late into the night.
According to Chrissy and Tom, they began sleeping in separate beds after Chrissy became sick one year and had a persistent cough. "Because of my cough, one of us would end up sleeping on the couch or in the guest bedroom. After the cough went away, we kept sleeping in the other rooms because we both had much better sleep for several reasons," Chrissy told BuzzFeed.
"I need a dark room, and my husband sleeps better with natural light. I sleep better on a firm bed, and he loves the pillow top. We had tried several mattresses over the years and could never find one we both loved. Not to mention his snoring and taking all the covers."