He hates my snoring. I think he's over reacting and should get over it. Is he overreacting?

I've just started dating a man who is absolutely perfect for me. I am close to 50 years old and I never planned to find such a great guy at this time of my life but I have and I want this to go smoothly. He's no drama and so together, just like me! There's only one problem. We've only spent the night together three times and the last two times, he's left the bed during the night to sleep on the couch because of my snoring. HOW EMBARRASSING!!! I'm mortified! First of all, I KNOW I snore but no one has ever left the bed in favor of the couch over it. EVER!! I don't know what to do. I have a doctor's appointment on Oct. 22 to find out what I can do but I still wonder if this man is so set in his ways that he just can't sleep all night next to me. He's been single 2 years now. Is this a big deal or not? Am I making too much of it? Is it wierd that I am going to the doctor's over this? I think he should get over it and learn to love my snoring but he thinks I need to get medical attention for it because he thinks it's a big deal. Who's right?
By Bamby 9 years ago :: Dating
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