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Newlywed Guide to Physical Intimacy: Essential Guide for the Groom and Bride

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Newlywed Guide to Physical Intimacy: Essential Guide for the Groom and Bride.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Jennie Rosenfeld(Author) David Ribner(Author)

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As a young couple about to embark on one of life s most important journeys, may you have only joy and success. An important part of this journey is developing physical intimacy the unique pleasure of the sexual experience. Your enjoyment as sexual partners is more than just physical; you can feel closeness with another person that no other experience can provide. Your sharing of physical intimacy creates an emotional bond that should include feelings of trust, acceptance, caring, and mutuality. Your intimate relationship is the glue that binds your marriage together. Yet advice about the sexual experience that was once passed from parent to child is no longer, and as a result many couples are left to face this critical area of their lives with little guidance or information. This instructive and easy-to-read guide can help you navigate this new and uncharted area of your lives. For chassan (groom) and kallah (bride), as well as for teachers, rabbis, and anyone with questions about sexuality coming from the Torah observant community. It is user-friendly, with clear and descriptive language, and the information and guidance found in this book is not available anywhere else in the religious world.

Jerusalem-based sexologist Nachshon David Carmi has begun to keep copies of the book in his office and has recommended it to some of his patients. "It's a very useful book for people who were raised religious and have never received any form of sexuality education," he says. "What's unique about this book is that it speaks to the Jewish religious audience openly about sexuality." Sex is a fundamental part of a marital relationship for Orthodox and ultra-Orthodox Jews - and having a lot of children is desirable. But most ultra-Orthodox children are educated at special religious schools, where they receive little or no sex education. This "silence" creates a "barrier of shame" over issues to do with sex, says Carmi - and those who seek to educate themselves on the subject can be seen as "subversive and rebellious". - BBC News April 2013

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  • By ben on 5 May 2013

    It's a great book, sorely needed for chasan and kalah teachers as a resource as well as for couples themselves.

  • By Sarah on 14 December 2013

    This was an interesting and informative book written with sensitivity and specifically for the religious Jewish community. I wish I had read it prior to getting married.

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