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.

How and Why to Hold a Weekly Marriage Meeting

Marriage therapist Marcia Berger suggests holding a weekly 30-minute meeting with your spouse that’s broken into four parts: Appreciation (expressing gratitude to your spouse), Chores (making sure to-dos are getting done), Plan for Good Times (scheduling date nights, as well as individual and family activities), and Problems/Challenges (addressing conflicts/issues/changes in the relationship and in life in general). This article is a summary of how to.

For Yourself : The Fulfillment of Female Sexuality

A detailed description of female Sexual response. Step-by-step exercises that will help gradually awaken dormant Sexuality. Explanations that dispel misunderstandings about Sex and Sexual response. Insights into the essential role of mental and emotional attitude toward Sexual gratification. (Recommended by Elisheva Liss)

The Magic Touch : A Jewish Approach to Relationships

discusses the power of restraint, and how Sexual self-control is the best form of marriage preparation, giving single adults the best chance to find true Love. Taps into age-old wisdom to help you reclaim your individuality, your identity, dignity, self-worth, and sacred worth.

What Your Mother Never Told You About Sex

Combining up-to-date medical science with good old-fashioned girl talk, Dr. Hutcherson discusses Sex in a lively tone that’s as Educational as it is engaging. With facts on female (and male) anatomy, aphrodisiacs, fantasy, orgasm, Birth Control, and more, she shows how to overcome Sexual problems — and achieve sensational sensual experiences. With a special chapter on talking to your daughter.

The Living Marriage. A journey into the heart of marriage

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 Chassidic groups of […]

Refresh Your Marriage

Taharas Hamishpacha course – Practical and full of Hashkafa. Separate courses for men and Women. Endorsed by Rabbi Shmuel Fuerst, shlit”a, Dayan of Agudath Israel of Illinois, and Rabbi Gedalia Dov Schwartz, shlit”a, Rosh Beth Din of the Chicago Rabbinical Council.