Sex and Motherhood
Many of us inherited meanings about sexuality from our families and culture that have actually inhibited our sexual desire. In this podcast episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Rachel Nielson from the 3 in 30 podcast to discuss these restrictive meaning frames and how we can shift our mindset to make room for more desire and a more fulfilling sexual relationship.
Women's Sexual Agency in a Context of Patriarchy
This episode is a recording of Dr. Jennifer reading an essay she wrote entitled "Let's Talk about Sex". The full episode can be found on the Breaking Down Patriarchy podcast hosted by Amy Allebest. Listen to this episode to hear more about.... - Women’s relationship to their sexuality in the context of a patriarchal society - LDS women’s ability to be choosers in the sexual realm - Cultural invalidation of women’s eroticism - Why self-hood is a stronger factor in desire than biological drive - How undermining women’s strength undermines strength in marriages, families and society
LDS Female Sexuality - Part 2
This 3-part interview was Jennifer's first-EVER (and one of her most-listened-to) podcasts! Jennifer discusses the questions and findings of her research, looking at LDS women and the impact of a patriarchal religious structure on their peace with sexuality and sense of sexual agency.
Sex Advice For Women
In this interview Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins @courtneyspatrouve of the The Spa Trouve Podcast to talk about... Developing comfort with one's own sexuality. The importance of communicating honestly with a partner. What to do about painful of uncomfortable sex. And how to increase one's desire for sex.
Sex Therapy Session With Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife
In this podcast episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife talks with Bree and Adam of the Better Me with BodyByBree podcast to do a couples' coaching session! During their conversation, Dr. Finlayson-Fife addresses -Differences/imbalances in desire between them -She exposes the implicit meaning frames between them that create resentment and undermine desire -She offers them a new way of thinking about their choices to create a sense of closeness and friendship -How to develop more confidence and courage in the marriage
The Psychology of Men's Sexuality
In a conversation with clinical psychologist Zac Rhodenizer of The Psychology Of Podcast, Dr. Finlayson-Fife talks about the the psychology of male sexuality.
The Higher Desire Wife
In this episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Dr. Corey Allan from Sexy Marriage Radio to discuss the higher desire wife and the lower desire husband relationship dynamic.
The Lower Desire Wife
In this episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Corey Allan from Sexy Marriage Radio to talk about the dynamic of desire differences and the lower desire wife.
Partner Desirability and High/Low Desire Dynamics
In this podcast episode with Tony Overbay, Dr. Finlayson-Fife discusses what to do if you no longer find your partner physically attractive, as well as how to communicate in a relationship where one partner has a high desire for intimacy and one has a low desire. She also engages in a discussion about how to deal with deception within a relationship (ex. pornography or infidelity).
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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