• Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 21

    Dr. Finlayson-Fife and the Rational Faiths team tackle two questions submitted by listeners. The first asks about “dirty/degrading” talk during sex and the second seeks advice on teaching about sex in a positive way.

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  • Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 19

    In this episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins the Rational Faiths team to answer two questions submitted by listeners about infidelity in marriage.

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  • Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 18

    In this episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins the Rational Faiths team to answer three listener questions. The first question is about a sexually entitled husband who is unresponsive to his wife’s wishes, the second question is about the use of vibrators, and the third question is from a person navigating a mixed-orientation marriage.

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  • Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 16

    In the 16th installment of the Ask A Mormon Sex Therapist series Dr. Finlayson-Fife responds to two more questions submitted from listeners. One focuses on nudity and modesty, and the second question comes from a person in a really tough position in a sexless marriage in which discussion and negotiation of sexual relations are off limits.

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  • Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 15

    In this episode Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins the Rational Faiths Podcast team to discuss the results of a study about sexual arousal, and Dr. Finlayson-Fife answers a question from a listener who is frustrated at inability to reach orgasm during intercourse.

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  • Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 14

    In this episode Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins the Rational Faiths Podcast team to talk about understanding and responding to pornography challenges as well as low sexual desire in men.

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  • Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 13

    In this episode Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins the Rational Faiths Podcast team to discuss ways to spice up your sex life, how to navigate a robust sex life with older children in the home, and how to cope with physical ailments that often come with age like erectile dysfunction.

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  • Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 12

    In this episode Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins the Rational Faiths Podcast team to take on questions about the cultural anxiety surrounding oral sex in a married relationship, and about objectification and appropriate lust.

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  • Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 11

    In this episode Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins the Rational Faiths Podcast team to talk about overcoming the perceived threat of spouse's previous sexual experiences (including pornography), and the effect on desire and self-confidence. They also address the topic of long distance sexual relationships.

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  • Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 10

    In this episode Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins the Rational Faiths Podcast team to talk about how to raise children (especially girls) to own their sexuality and how to help children navigate worthiness interviews.

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