Tag Archive for: Love

Kedushah: The Sexual Abstinence of Married Men in Gur, Slonim, and Toledot Aharon

A paper written by someone in Hebrew University breaking down the different Sexual restrictions of certain Chassidic groups. From the abstract: Kedushah (holiness) developed as a pietistic ideal for the virtuous few, encouraging married men to limit to the minimum the frequency and modes of Sexual intercourse with their wives. Today, the Hasidic groups of Gur, Slonim, and Toledot Aharon (Toldes Aaron) radicalize this ideal by imposing it on the community as a whole giving rise to controversy and dissent.

Eight Dates: Essential Conversations for a Lifetime of Love

A program of eight life-changing conversations on essential topics such as money, Sex, and trust, from two of the world’s leading marriage researchers and clinicians.

Ten Minutes A Day To A Better Marriage

Shows how effective communication skills can help us deal with issues from minor to critical. Replete with case Jewish History examples, this marriage manual and Dr. Wikler‚proven method can help you achieve greater happiness and harmony.

Hookup Culture Wreaks Havoc on Campus

New research reveals that a many students find themselves in a fog of depression, confusion, and hurt. One in three students interviewed said that their intimate Relationships have been ‚ traumatic‚ or ‚ very difficult to handle.‚ The deadening effect of hookup culture makes them fearful of trying to have a normal, romantic relationship during college or for years after.

Sacred, Not Secret, a Religious Parent‚ Guide to Healthy, Holy, Sexuality Education

Elisheva Liss is a licensed marriage and family therapist, with a specialty in treating marital Sexual dysfunction. This is a digital, pace-yourself course for parents. Current price of this course is $299. (Limited time discount for chassan and kallah teachers $149). Sample preview lessons available on site.

The Complete Guidebook to Family Purity: For Men and Women

Guides the readers from the young bride to the seasoned scholar through the complex laws of family purity in a refreshingly clear way, navigating the difficult topics with clear conclusions from sources ranging from Shulchan Aruch to modern-day Poskim. This book explores hundreds of common scenarios and provides answers to almost every question that may arise regarding these precious laws. Set out in three sections covering basic principles, a more advanced look at the halachos, and answers to relevant questions

My Kallah Teacher

Site to help kallahs make the most informed decision they can about choosing their kallah classes. The questionnaire includes only structured, scaled questions. In addition, while entries will be reviewed for verification purposes, they will be kept anonymous. By creating a website designed to present brides with available kallah teachers and people’s previous experiences with them, the common problem of kallahs having frustrating and traumatic class and teacher experiences can be decreased. The site also has a short list of resources for kallahs.