In this first ever LIVE recording of an Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist podcast episode Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins the Mormon Marriages team to talk about…

  • The story of what inspired Dr. Finlayson-Fife to dedicate her education and career to helping LDS women and couples improve their relationships and their lives.
  • Two questions are answered, both asked by women:

Question ONE addresses the cultural pressure to suppress sexuality and how to overcome it. Because the stereotype of a good LDS woman seems to not include comfort with her sexuality, how does one not succumb to this instinctively?

Question TWO addresses one woman’s inability to orgasm. Dr. Finlayson-Fife talks about the psychological shifts as well as behaviors that can help achieve or expand one’s capacity for climax.

This episode is one of two parts of the live recording. Part 29 is the second half of this live interview.

To learn more about Dr. Finlayson-Fife’s work, visit our Website, check out our Course Page, and take a look at our upcoming Events.

This episode was originally aired on October 6th 2019.

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