In this podcast episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Sara Payne from the The Doctor’s Wife Podcast to talk about resentment. Listen to this episode and learn the following:

  • Learn what resentment can teach you about yourself
  • Understand how resentment affects sexual desire
  • Learn about intimate marriages and making room for two equal partners.
  • Understand how you may participate in being taken for granted.

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