“Can I put my razor here? And deodorants? And lotions? And gels? And a beard clipper? ”Shouts the new tenant from the bathroom, where he used to take only half a toothbrush cup. “I’ll just watch the replay of the biathlon,” he warns, connecting fifteen sports TV channels. “I’ll take a half hour nap, don’t make a noise yet,” he asks, falling asleep all weekend.
And how – no quarrels? A rare couple is able to withstand the heavy psychological burden of constant communication and these endless “Stand up, please, I have to go through.” Such overcrowding, as scientists have found, deprives even mice of the opportunity to satisfy their “zoosocial needs”: unfortunate mice, finding themselves in a cramped cage, begin to rush at each other, bite and generally become “overly stressed and aggressive.” What can we say about people who, as you know, have long ago been spoiled by the housing issue. If we are cramped, we are also able to bite a neighbor. We, too, become “overly stressed.”
Gonchar & Lobyntseva
You can also achieve some privacy with the help of simple devices: earplugs, headphones, a separate blanket, a sleep mask, cucumbers on closed eyelids. You can slightly clear the area using only the most necessary, built-in and transforming furniture. You can replace ordinary doors with sliding doors, install a shower cabin instead of a bulky bathtub, or move the sleeping place to the ceiling if the height of the walls allows. My friends even refused the kitchen as such – they, creative people, have enough microwave and coffee maker, but the extra room came in handy. In general, there are ways.
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