What skills are needed for intimate relationships?
This relationship self test, looks at how you rate yourself, as well as how your partner rates you, in some
Don’t be afraid to be vulnerable
“Why do people often shut down in the face of intimacy? Because of an intense fear of vulnerability. Dr. Brene
Men and women with post-traumatic stress (PTSD) may experience sexual problems
Rachel Yehuda, Amy Lehrer, and Talli Rosenbaum have published their findings in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, regarding men and women
Vulvodynia: when the pain isn’t all in your head, therapy still helps
Pain is both a physical and emotional experience. Women who experience pain in the most intimate location, the vulva and
“Halachic Positions” A book review
Opriginally posted in Morethodoxy Halachic Positions – A Review Talli Rosenbaum, Rabbi Rafi Ostroff Halachic Positions: An Outline, Analysis and Candid
Sex, Judaism, and Mindfulness
From original Times of Israel article click here. You embark on a three hour hike The tour guide says, “at the end
Ten Tips for Raising Sexually Healthy Orthodox Sons
For the Ten Tips on Raising Sexually Healthy Daughters, click here. For the original Times of Israel article, click here. Last May
When you are not in the mood-will female viagra help? Maybe you’re just bored in bed?
Sexual medicine experts attribute low female desire and arousal to many factors including hormones, aging, blood flow and medications. Several
Sexual Predators and Sexual Fetishes: Don’t Confuse the Two
There’s no such thing as ‘kosher voyeurism’ when the victim doesn’t consent. Rabbi Shmuely Boteach, take note. Published in Haaretz
Shmuely Boteach is not doing women any favors
Shmuely Boteach’s unhelpful sex message (Published in Times of Israel October 14, 2014) Some say Rabbi Shmuley Boteach is sensationalist,
Ten Tips for Raising Sexually Healthy Orthodox Daughters
For Times of Israel article click here As a sex therapist treating women and couples in the Orthodox community I am
“I am his vessel”: Influence of male ejaculatory restrictions on women’s sexual autonomy in Orthodox Jewish marriages.
This article was originally published in Hebrew in Kolech: Women and Her Judaism, Jerusalem, Israel 2012 Talli Y Rosenbaum, MSc Normative
Too much information or not enough: Addressing adolescent female sexuality in Orthodox Jewish girls
Too much information or not enough: Addressing adolescent female sexuality from high school through pre-marriage Talli Yehuda Rosenbaum, MSc Although
Orgasms : Only for the lucky few?
Should’nt all women be able to reach orgasm? And, Why do some women reach orgasm through intercourse, and others don’t?
Is monogamy outdated?
Here’s a story: At a sex therapy conference a decade ago, male physicians and sex therapists debated the etiology and treatment
Sexual pain is not your fault
As a sex therapist and former physical therapist specializing in the area of sexual pain disorders ( such as vulvodynia and vaginismus) and
Don’t push: A mindfulness-based approach to using vaginal dilators
Mindfulness based dilator insertion does not view insertion therapy as necessary in order to stretch the vagina enough to accommodate
Obsessed with your hymen? Ten myths about the hymen that may calm you down
Much mystery, as well as many myths, surround the hymen. In some cultures, its presence is believed to indicate chastity