I have recently had an episode were both me and my partner remember two completely different things. My memory of the occurrence is that she woke me up by playing with me and I rolled over to find her naked from waist down and continued with the experience. Her recollection of the event is that I started to play with her and slowly removed her pants and proceeded to have sex with her. Both of us say that we were awake the whole time; I'm confused about the whole situation and I think that she is telling the truth. I have read about sleepsex and most of the time you have no recollection of what happened. I have also read that if you have an nrem sleeping disorder you can be partially awake and asleep at the same time but have full control of your body without knowing it. We have been happily married for nearly 11 years and this has caused significant stress for us both. You seem to know a bit about this so hope you can help. View Thread
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