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.
Embracing Your Sexuality
In this NEW podcast, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Dana Dodini of the "From the Mouths of Babes" podcast (@fromthemouthsofbabespodcast) to discuss how women can take claim of their lives and desires and how doing so will help them embrace their God-given sexuality. Listen to the full episode to learn more about: * Overcoming "Good Girl" Syndrome * Claiming your identity, sexuality, and desires * Challenging cultural ideals of femininity and masculinity * Transitioning from accommodation to ownership and desire * How to best teach our children about sexuality * The importance of prioritizing your own development
Dr. Finlayson-Fife joined Heather Frazier of the Pivot Parenting podcast to discuss our attitudes towards physical beauty and how to talk to your kids about these topics.
Dr. Finlayson-Fife joined Shane and Jason of the Sprinkled With Hope podcast to discuss sexuality, intimacy and hope. Listen to hear more about... - A distinction between sex and intimacy - How to develop a capacity for intimacy - A positive strategy to use talking to your children about their sexuality - Advice for newlyweds as they begin their sexual relationship - Hope and encouragement for meaningful love and intimacy in your life
Supporting Healthy Sexuality and Identity in Our LDS LGBTQ Children
Talking to your kids about sex is a high anxiety experience for many parents! For LDS families with an LGBTQ child, it can be even more challenging. In this podcast episode, Allison from www.liftandlove.org and Jenie with Jenie Hunter Coaching talk with Dr. Finlayson-Fife about how to raise LGBTQ children and youth with a healthy sense of their sexuality and of their identity as a child of God.
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.
Sexuality & Happiness, A Positive View of Sex and Sexuality
Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Andy Proctor of the @morehappylife podcast to discuss… -How parents can better talk to their kids about sexuality and pleasure (without embarrassment). -The gift of human embodiment and sensuality. -How people who experience themselves as addicted to sex can take more control of their choices. -How to think about sexuality as a religious single person in a way that facilitates your well-being.
Understanding Sexual Development
In this podcast episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins the Cultivate A Good Life Podcast to talk about healthy sexual development. They talk about how to teach your kids about sexuality without shame and fear.
Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife - Mormon Sex Therapist Talks About Integrity and Sexuality
In this podcast episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins the Women With Fire Podcast to talk about topics such as sexuality, integrity, and teaching our kids about sex and desire.
Raising Our Children in an Over Sexualized World
In this episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife is interviewed by Jodi Chaffee from Our Modern Heritage about how to raise kids in an overly sexualized world.
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