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This NEW podcast episode is the recording of Dr. Finlayson-Fife’s recent presentation at a stake women’s conference. During this presentation, she focuses on how we can use conflict and difference to increase our wisdom and create more unity in our families and communities. Dr. Finlayson-Fife also addressed questions from members of the congregation about loving LGBTQ family members, women’s role in the Church, and how to better understand and love family members who leave the church.


Listen to the full episode to learn more about:


* Approaching difficult topics with your spouse (finances, in-laws,, parenting, etc.)

* The difference between a peacemaker and a people-pleaser

* Parenting adolescent children regardless of their beliefs

* Responding to a child who identifies as LGBTQ

* Estrangement from a loved one because of differing political or religious beliefs 

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