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The Power of Intimacy Sex is the most powerful, all-pervasive force in human experience. It may be intensely personal, meaningful, and creative at one moment, and depersonalized, meaningless, and careless the next. Much of its glory is that it can bring u...
Becoming one with your spouse
Friends for Life
The Talmud says, “One who dreams of a river, a kettle and a bird will have a happy marriage.” What do these three symbols represent, and what can they teach us about the methods by which couples can increase intimacy?
Sefirat HaOmer, Part VI
Contemporary culture is hooked on sexuality, but knows almost nothing of intimacy. The former has to do with the body, the act alone. The latter is personal, and also spiritual. Of course it’s physical and passionate too, but the passion and pleasure are ...
Should any physical contact that is friendly be considered intimate? Hopefully, it should.
Really, how often do we make decisions based on what is right for us versus what is "normal," what is expected? How often do our needs get mixed in with what we feel we're supposed to do, with what society says we should be doing?
Question: Is pornography bad? If so could you please explain why it's bad and how it affects a person's life? Answer: Good question. Too often we just assume something is bad because everyone says it's bad, without thinking into the reasons. Everyone know...
In two months she's getting married. What should I do? I am still convinced that she is the only one in the world for me
A Total Reverse Look at Conventional Wisdom
After all the books and advice columns offering to explain intimacy, there is still one ingredient missing, without which our relationships are just not what they're meant to be.
To be intimate means to go into a place that is private, that is sacred, that is set aside. It means one person entering into the private, sacred part of another human being's existence...
Judaism`s age-old secret to building strong relationships and lasting intimacy: modesty
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