In continuum of their mission to empower Jewish women to be confident in their role as akeres habayis, and inspired and knowledgeable ambassadors of taharas hamishpocho for their fellow Jewish women the world over, Jewish Bride Institute invites married women to “Truths for Marriage Part 3- exploring what is emotionally, spiritually, and physically normal in married life.
Panelists include Mrs. Channie Akerman, RN, Certified Bodeket and Mrs. Pamela Klein, LCSW, Intimacy Therapist”.
Promising to be an informative and enlightening evening geared toward enhancing one’s understanding of the delicate aspects of married life, the event will include an anonymous question and answer session following the formal presentation. The panel of experts will help women realize what is on the normal spectrum in private married life, and help put to rest the self-doubt that plagues many in the most sensitive and holy area of life.
“The Rebbe wants and needs women to understand thoroughly all aspects of taharas hamishpocho, so they can be his shluchos to the world on this life-saving topic”, says Mimi Weiszner, director of Jewish Bride Institute, “Some women might erroneously think that it wasn’t them in specific the Rebbe meant, but every informed Jewish woman has been recruited by the Rebbe for this campaign. Having all the answers personally allows us all to be on the vanguard and make a real spiritual life-saving difference in the lives of all the women we meet.”
Jewish Bride Institute would like to express their deepest appreciation to the following sponsors who recognize the importance of this education and enable it to happen: COLlive.com, Apple Drugs, Chayale’s Mikvah Foundation, The Print House NY, KMR Tours, and Milano Wigs.
The event will be held at United Lubavitcher Yeshiva of Crown Street on Sunday, March 13, the 3rd of Adar 2 at 8:15 PM. Suggested donation is $5, discounted due to the generosity of the sponsors.