Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 26
How to make sense of wet dreams in the context of marriage, how to address differences in sexual desire and biological needs in constructive ways, and the role of erotica and visually explicit imagery in a woman cultivating her desire in marriage.
Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 25
In this podcast, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins the Rational Faiths Podcast team to address three questions sent in by listeners. The first question is regarding maintaining intimacy in long distance relationships, the second is about discomfort with “talking dirty” during sex, and the last question is about masturbation.
Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 24
In this episode Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins the Rational Faiths Podcast team to respond to two questions. One question is about navigating intimacy after having learned to orgasm after many years of going without. The second question asks how to respond in a relationship in which the spouse is habitually deceptive.
Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 23
In this podcast episode Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins the Rational Faiths team to respond to three new questions, all coming from men, covering topics of intimacy after tragic loss, disparity in desire, and becoming a more confident lover.
Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 22
In this podcast episode Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins the Rational Faiths Podcast team to answer two questions : The first question is about the impact of childhood sexual abuse and parental negligence on desire and intimacy in one woman's marriage. The second question is about a man whose wife wants him to be more sexually assertive.
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.
Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 20
Here in the 20th installment of the “Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist” series Jennifer responds to three new questions. One question is about garments and intimacy, another asks about the difficulty of communicating sexual needs, and the last question comes from a couple in a dependent relationship.
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.
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.
Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 17
Here in the 17th installment of the “Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist” series Jennifer answers two more questions submitted from listeners. Both questions address desire and desirability from different points of view.
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