• Boundaries

    In this recording of a Facebook Live Dr. Finlayson-Fife teaches about boundaries. Listen to this episode to learn more about: - The purpose of boundaries - Types of boundaries - How to be clear headed when setting your boundaries - The immense importance of honesty

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  • The Courage to be Disappointed: Giving Up Covert Control for Marital Growth || Room for Two Teaser!

    Rick and Sarah are really good at hiding. Rick hides behind his nice guy persona—he has learned through experience that if he keeps Sarah comfortable enough, he will maximize the chances of getting sex. So, he skirts around the truth and keeps his honest thoughts to himself in an attempt to keep the boat from rocking. Sarah has fully bought into this dynamic and pushes for Rick’s accommodation. She knows the part to play, plays it well, and takes refuge in fading into the background and letting Rick take care of her. While this one-up/one-down dynamic has created an amicable enough marriage, it hasn’t created much passion or intimacy. In this episode of Room for Two, Dr. Finlayson-Fife meets again with Rick and Sarah to discuss how they can create a more equal and strong partnership by both bringing more courage and honesty to their relationship.

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  • Navigating Religious Challenges with Integrity

    Dr. Finlayson-Fife joined Sherrae Phelps to discuss how to navigate religious challenges with integrity, from the best within us.

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  • Bridging the LGBTQ Gap in the LDS Church

    In this podcast episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Tina Gosney for a timely conversation about the importance of bringing honesty and courage to our faith community, especially when it comes to complex and divisive social issues. Being both loving and honest, even with varying perspectives, fosters greater understanding and compassion, and helps us all become wiser.

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  • Exploring Masculinity

    In this NEW podcast episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Jared and Ethan Thomas of the @a.brothers.creed podcast to talk about how society's view of masculinity has shifted over time and how to develop real masculine strength.

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  • You Say it Best When You Say Nothing at All || Room for Two Teaser!

    Adam and Sarah have a communication problem. While they feel that they don't communicate well, the reality is that their communication is crystal clear, they just don't like what is being communicated. Both Adam and Sarah entered the marriage with rigid ideas of what their relationship would look like, and when those expectations went unfulfilled, the resentment they felt for each other began to grow. In this episode, listen in as Dr. Finlayson-Fife works with Adam and Sarah to help them learn to become less dependant on each other while creating a relationship with more compassion and deeper honesty in the process.

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  • Becoming a Better Spouse

    In this episode Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins the hosts of Bless the Refreshments to discuss how looking at improving yourself will improve your marriage.

    Bless the Refreshments
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  • Sexual and Emotional Intimacy

    Join Dr. Finlayson-Fife and ST Rappaport of the LifePix Relationships Podcast to discuss the inherent connection between emotional and relational intimacy in relationships.

    LifePix Relationships
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