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Sunday, 25 March 2001

Drama: Sex and Sensitivity: The Dance Of Intimacy

Written by  Toby Klein Greenwald , Michael Tobin

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Drama: Sex and Sensitivity: The Dance Of Intimacy

One of the greatest challenges facing a couple in a committed relationship is how to keep passion and romance alive. Kids, jobs, the house and the various pressures of life tend to wear down a marriage. The result is a conflict situation like the one confronting Steve (44) and Elizabeth (41).

Married for 15 years, the couple's sexual relationship has gradually deteriorated over the years. Sex is now occasional, unsatisfactory and initiated by Steve. In this encounter Steve again initiates and this time, rather than withdrawing in cold silence, he and Elizabeth begin to express the anger and hurt each feels.

He wants sexual contact; she wants intimacy and romance. Both are stuck in their respective corners. Neither of them understands the other's needs nor do they respect their differences. If this couple is going to recreate love and passion in their marriage, they first must learn how to hear one another. Sex is physical communication and knowing how to listen is what transforms the sexual act into a profound experience of connection

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Toby Klein Greenwald

Toby Klein Greenwald

Toby Klein Greenwald, Executive V.P. Creative Development, is a founding partner and the editor-in-chief of WholeFamily. Toby is an educator, journalist, photographer, scriptwriter, poet, playwright, lyricist, and theater director, including for populations that have experienced trauma or are at risk. She is a Playback Theater conductor and is the recipient of Israel's Ministry of Education's Egerest Award for Culture, for her work in educational and community theater. She has more than 30 years of teaching experience and has served on numerous educational think tanks. Her specialties include the creation of innovative educational programs, and teaching Creative Writing and Film to AD(H)D and LD high school students, and to senior citizens. Toby is married to Yaakov and they have six children, most of whom have made her a proud mother-in-law and grandmother.

Michael Tobin

Michael Tobin

Dr. Michael Tobin has been a psychologist since 1974, specializing in marital and family therapy. He is the author of numerous articles on marriage and family relationships and is the founder of WholeFamily.com. He's  been married to Deborah for 38 years and is the father of four children and grandfather to five.

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