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
The Beauty and Challenge of Intimacy
Dr. Finlayson-Fife was interviewed on the From the Mouth of Babes podcast to discuss all things intimacy! Listen to this episode to learn more about... - What true intimacy looks like and the courage it requires. - The importance of managing our own sense of self. - Why honesty is key in intimate relationships. - Managing differences in a marriage. - Asking questions to truly understand your spouse and build intimacy in your marriage. - How to rekindle intimacy and passion in your marriage.
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