• How to Fix Your Relationship With a Partnership Mindset

    Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Jeff and Sheldon of the Idea Gym podcast to talk about... ✔️ The foundational structure of an intimate marriage. ✔️ How to participate in a marriage where both partners thrive. ✔️ How to come to peace with our desires (both sexual and otherwise). ✔️ The importance of honesty with yourself and within your marriage in creating a peaceful partnership. ✔️ The difference between intimacy and validation. AND MORE!

    Idea Gym
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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.

    About Progress
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  • 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.

    More Happy Life
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  • Garments & Sexuality With Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife

    This episode also includes discussion about... -Why we are often quick to judge others choices when they invalidate our own. -How and why we try to control or manipulate our spouse's beliefs or choices and how to better control ourselves (rather than others). -How to better respect integrity-based decisions, even when they differ from our own.

    Marriage on a Tightrope
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  • 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

    Better Me with BodyByBree
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  • Why You Really Need Self-Compassion

    Stories of Hope In Hard Times
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  • Mixed Faith Marriage Q & A

    Marriage on a Tightrope
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  • Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 30

    In a conversation with Nate and Angilyn Bagley of the Mormon Marriages Podcast, Dr. Finlayson-Fife answers several questions sent in by listeners.

    Mormon Marriages
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  • How to Be More Sexually Attractive to Your Wife

    In this podcast episode Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Mike Frazier with Strong Men, Strong Marriages Podcast to talk about... -Female sexuality and desire. -Why you need to stop being “pathetic” :-) and what to do instead. -How to approach sex with your wife in a way that’s attractive and effective. -How to better take ownership of your own sexuality in a way that will bless your marriage.

    Strong Men, Strong Marriages
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  • How to Choose More Happiness

    In Dr. Finlayson-Fife’s sixth podcast with About Progress, they discuss the notion of agency and choices and how taking responsibility for our choices impacts our happiness and peace of mind. This episode gives lots of examples of making choices within specific relational realities.

    About Progress
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