Sexual, Medical and Halakhic Tips for PeriMenopause

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Taught by medical professionals, halakhic experts, and sex educators, this course covers multiple elements of [...]

Menopausal Musings

It was a simple phone call, asking for money to fund the upkeep of the local mikveh, an annual phone [...]

Why Isn’t He Aroused? Issues in Male Sexual Functioning – Part 2

This is the fun part! The part where curiosity, exploration and playfulness are key.  Feeling comfortable exploring our own sexuality and our ‘couple sexuality’ is not always easy.  It may be a bit awkward at first as many people have been brought up with the notion that talking about sex and sexuality is immodest or not “tzanua”.  Open communication is essential in all areas of our relationships--refraining from such open conversation in many circumstances can lead to great marital discord.   The results of a couple exploring and discovering on their own what helps or impedes arousal are tremendous.  

When a Kallah Calls to Cry

As a kallah teacher, before the wedding I make sure to discuss the wisdom and challenges of the dramatic ‘on-off’ [...]

“That Time of the Month”

“Up to 3 out of every 4 women experience PMS symptoms during their childbearing years. PMS occurs more often in [...]

Accepting All of Yourself

In the context of thinking about how mikveh can enhance our sexuality, we asked PT Tali Ginsburg if there is [...]

Good Sex for Life

Recently a reader wrote to us asking for insight into the changes in mikveh observance around peri-menopause. Her question addressed [...]


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