• Parenting a Perfectionistic Child Part 2

    This is part to of the interview Monica Packer of About Progress conducted with Carolyn Bever & Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife to discuss parenting perfectionistic children. Listen to learn more about... - How to define your role as a parent - Shifting the value from external sources to one’s internal courage - More tips on parenting your perfectionistic child - And more...

    About Progress
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  • 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

    Breaking Down Patriarchy
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  • Parent's Hardest Questions Answered

    “Parenting is noble work, in part because you are so often reaching through the dark trying to figure out what it means to love this unique child, with their specific challenges, strengths and desires.” Dr. Finlayson-Fife joined Tina Gosney of the Parenting Through the Detour podcast to answer difficult questions that are on parents minds and souls.

    Parenting Through the Detour
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  • Teens, Confidence, and Sexuality

    In this NEW podcast episode Jennifer joins Heidi Benjaminson of Confidence Coaching to talk to parents about confidence, perfectionism, and how to best help our kids navigate the awkward and uncomfortable process of maturing into adulthood.

    Confidence Coaching
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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.

    The Brothers' Creed
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  • True Partnership in Marriage

    Dr. Finlayson-Fife joined Monica Packer, the host of About Progress, and Dr. Julie Hanks for a discussion about what true partnership in marriage looks like and how to work towards it.

    About Progress
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  • The Courage to Disappoint || Room for Two Teaser!

    In this episode, Jennifer helps Rick and Sarah see the unhealthy dynamic that has developed in their marriage and why this approval seeking is detrimental to passion. Jennifer guides Rick and Sarah to a new way of thinking, a mindset which will allow them to create a marriage where there is room for real choice and deeper intimacy.

    Room for Two
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  • Helping Teens Navigate Their Sexual Identity

    Sherrae Phelps and Dr. Finlayson-Fife recorded a timely and thoughtful conversation about navigating your sexual identity as a teen and what role parents can play in that process.

    Dr. Finlayson-Fife's Podcast Archive
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  • Sexuality, Motherhood & Personal Identity

    In this NEW podcast episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Crystal Noelle of "The Freedom Moms" podcast to discuss what mothers can do to rediscover their desire and passions.

    The Freedom Moms Podcast
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  • Equality in Marriage

    Amanda Louder of the Sex for Saints podcast interviewed Dr. Finlayson-Fife to discuss equality in marriage.

    The Sex for Saints Podcast
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