In the weeks since their last meeting, Phil and Claire have been working hard to make honesty a top priority in their marriage. These efforts have been rewarded in the form of feeling more genuine friendship, desire, and appreciation in their relationship. Phil recently realized that because he had been focusing so heavily on what wasn't working in the relationship, he hadn't given the marriage a real chance to prove its strength. Now he and Claire are each choosing to lean into the marriage, and both have been delighted with the outcome.
Phil and Claire still have a lot to untangle from their past and the views they each inherited about sexuality from their family and culture. In this follow-up interview, Claire and Phil are wondering how they can bring more real passion into their intimate relationship. Listen in as Dr. Finlayson-Fife works with Phil and Claire to explore what they can do to bring their newfound honesty and authenticity to their physical relationship.
This episode is perfect for those who:
* Crave more novelty in their physical relationship
* Have difficulty reconciling their sexuality with their spirituality
* Are in a mixed-faith marriage
* Have a hard time having difficult conversations with their spouse
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The outro song for this episode, "I Don't Need You No More" was written and performed by Justin Burnette and is available for purchase and on all streaming services.
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