• Creating Intimacy and Friendship in a Two-Career Household

    In this episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife and Monica Tanner of the "On The Brighter Side" podcast talk about entrepreneurism and its impact on relationships. Jennifer and Monica discuss.. -Why it can be difficult to ask for support from a spouse when you have a meaningful ambition. -The challenges that entrepreneurs often confront in their intimate relationships, given the sacrifices and emotional demands of a creative endeavor. -How to maintain your sense of self in the midst of entrepreneurial demands along with the responsibilities of marriage, and parenting, and work. -How to address resentment that emerge in marriage productively.

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  • When You Feel Like You’re Trying More Than Your Spouse

    In this conversation with Tony Overbay of the Virtual Couch podcast, Dr. Finlayson-Fife talks about living with a narcissistic spouse AND the frustrating pursuer-distancer dynamic common to many couples. Here are some of the specific things Dr. Finlayson-Fife addresses.... -How to function in a relationship when your spouse has narcissistic traits or tendencies. -Where you are vulnerable when living with or loving someone who won't self-confront or change. -How to make sense of and address the experience of feeling more invested than your spouse. -How to grow in your capacity for an open hearted relationship if you tend to stay arm's length. -Understanding attachment or relational styles (such as being “clingy”, or “walled off” in relationship) and how to grow into a more self-sustaining and relational position.

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  • LDS Female Sexuality - Part 1

    In this 2012 interview, Dr. Finlayson-Fife is interviewed by Natasha Helfer of the Mormon Mental Health podcast to discuss her dissertation research on LDS women and sexuality.

    Mormon Mental Health Podcast
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  • Why The Struggle Is Worth It

    Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Kami Banks of the Beyond Your Comfort Zone Podcast to discuss... How and why to invest in yourself The importance of differentiation and independence in being happy How to self-validate and gain greater confidence in who you are Learning from challenges

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  • How to Improve Your Relationships By Improving Yourself

    In this podcast Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Sarah Bauer of the Art of Play to discuss ✔️What your feelings of resentment are trying to tell you ✔️How to foster greater self-respect ✔️How self-development will positively benefit all your relationships ✔️How to tap into your own desires

    Art of Play
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  • What to Do When You Hate Sex

    In this podcast Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Monica Packer of the About Progress podcast to discuss -How to stop hating sex -How to make sense of your negative feelings towards physical intimacy. -The importance of sexual self-development in your personal confidence. -The importance of pleasure in living joyfully.

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  • Why You Really Need Self-Compassion

    Stories of Hope In Hard Times
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  • Defining Ourselves Through External Influences

    Pivot Parenting
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  • How to Own Your Highest Desires

    In a conversation with Makenzie VanWinkle of the "My Audience Is Me" Podcast, Dr. Finlayson-Fife talks about what it looks like to live your life from your highest desires.

    My Audience Is Me
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  • Developing Emotional Maturity

    In this episode, Dr. Finlayson Fife and Preston Pugmire of the Next Level Life Podcast examine emotional maturity, its roots, its effects and how to invest in your own self-development in order to thrive in relationships and business.

    Next Level Life
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