Chapter 5 Rosemond Summary

257 Words2 Pages
In chapter five Rosemond is talking about bed time. In this chapter he focuses on children and parents deal with separation at night. He mentions how children will do anything to get out of going to sleep. The next thing he talks about is co-sleeping and the long term effects it can have on a child emotionally. Rosemond talks about how if child sleep on their own “its enhances the child’s view of the marriage” (Rosemond 158) not only as a whole but that it is very significant to the relationship in the family. I think an important statement that he makes is “a child who sleeps with his or her parents is in danger of not achieving that understanding or feeling wrongly that a marriage is a threesome” (Rosemond 158). I really liked this chapter
Open Document