Second, give an "adult time out" anytime your roommate is negative and critical: emotionally retreat into politeness. Be very pleasant, but distant __ say "Yes, please" "No, thank you" and respond politely to any request, but don't share any personal information. This usually causes a negative person to snap out of it. Third, ignore any negative thing that is said __ just treat it as if it didn't happen. In this way, you don't reward it, and the other person will eventually stop. I also use prayers and affirmations to help me let go of the negative thoughts. Sending a blessing to the critical person, that he or she be healed, can be very liberating.
Beds should be opposite the doorway if possible, and not directly in front of a window.
Placing a bed between windows helps create boundaries within a space by drawing attention to the windows and the focal point of a space—in a bedroom the focal point is usually the bed.
A solid wall behind the headboard will provide grounding and support, whereas a window allows energy to leak out, and energy from outside to invade the sanctity of the room and the relationship. The headboard also represents stability and support.
Soft, white luxurious fabrics invite rest, and window treatments that complement the décor create beauty and give the room a sense of warmth, privacy and cohesion.