• Marriage Mastery Summit - Full Length Video

    Marriage Mastery Summit - Full Length Video

    In this interview with Anne Nelson, Dr. Finlayson-Fife addresses the following topics: How body image affects sexuality and the capacity for intimacy. How to have a healthy sexual relationship if you’ve experienced sexual abuse. How to rebuild trust after infidelity. How to offer your kids a healthy understanding of their sexuality.

    Abuse, Body Image, Infidelity, Talking to Kids, Trust, Videos
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  • Understanding Compulsive Sexuality, Betrayal and Sexual Integrity

    Understanding Compulsive Sexuality, Betrayal and Sexual Integrity

    In this discussion with the producers of The Betrayed, The Addicted & The Expert, Dr. Finlayson-Fife talks about how religious belief can handicap sexual integration. She also talks about how one can embrace faith and sexuality and what constitutes the difference in religious orientation.

    Addiction, Betrayal, Female Sexuality, Infidelity, Videos
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  • Is Trust Possible After Infidelity?

    Is Trust Possible After Infidelity?

    *This blogpost was created from the transcript of the recent Facebook Live video on the topic infidelity.  Today I'm going to be talking a bit about infidelity and deception in partnerships as well as what is required to re-establish trust with a spouse. Following any evidence of untrustworthiness in marriage, we usually hope to re-establish trust rather quickly because we don't like not being able to trust our partners.  We want to believe we are safe. We want to believe we understand the person we are with. So re-establishing trust becomes our focus and desire often but this focus may inter...

    Betrayal, Infidelity, Transcripts, Trust
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  • Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 30

    Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 30

    In this podcast episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Angilyn and Nate from the Mormon Marriages Podcast to answer questions about postpartum sex, emotional affairs, and sexuality and chronic illness. EPISODE SUMMARY "The people that are most happily married have figured out a way to have enough security in their marriage to feel a sense of safety and trust, but allow it to continue growing. It’s a marriage that stops being validation based and allows growth within the context of the relationship. It’s willing to be honest enough with each other that the marriage stays alive and vital. Those are ...

    Female Sexuality, Guilt, Illness, Infidelity, Male Sexuality, Motherhood, Postpartum
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