Synopsis

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Many of us inherited meanings about sexuality from our families and culture that have actually inhibited our sexual desire. In this podcast episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Rachel Nielson from the 3 in 30 podcast to discuss these restrictive meaning frames and how we can shift our mindset to make room for more desire and a more fulfilling sexual relationship. 

Listen to the episode to learn more about: 

* Sexual accelerators and brakes

* Women's sexual capacity 

* How to shift meaning frames that inhibit desire

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