Sexual Sense of Self in Motherhood
Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife spoke in the online I Am Mom summit in March 2019 about the common misconceptions and false beliefs that can undermine sexual identity and desire for mothers. Listen to this recording to learn more about: - Maintaining a sense of self in motherhood - Challenging the message that to be a good mother you must needless and wantless - Questions to ask yourself to strengthen your partnership and sexual relationship
The Divine Feminine
This is a recording of an instagram live Dr. Finlayson-Fife did with musician, Jenn Blosil. They covered so many wonderful topics in this fun, uplifting conversation including: - The Divine Feminine - Sexual Energy - Sublimation - Modesty - and more!
How Personal Freedom Impacts Sex Drive
In this interview Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Valerie Hamaker of the Voices About Living podcast to discuss a case study. They cover topics including women's sexual health and how personal freedom impacts sex drive.
Sex in Literature
Lindsey Sanchez of the Beating Around the Book podcast interviewed Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife to discuss sex and intimacy in literature. Listen to learn more about: - What eroticism is, how to engage it, and how it relates to your partnership. - How literature with erotic content can move you out of the mundane of everyday life and into a place of play with your spouse. - How erotic literature can be used to enrich your life and partnership.
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.
Valentines Day and Improving Your Sex Life
In this new podcast episode Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife is interviewed by Courtney Anderson, host of The Glow Boss Podcast, to discuss Valentines Day and some easy and concrete ways to spice up your sex life.
Betrayal Trauma, Part 1 & 2
Are you dealing with betrayal trauma? Today we are reposting a popular podcast in which Dr. Finlayson-Fife talks with Scabs of Bloom For Women about... -Dishonesty in marriage. -Healing from marital betrayal. -How to move forward after a breach of trust. -What infidelity in marriage can show you about your spouse and yourself. -How you can become stronger in the face of betrayal. -How to rebuild trust.
LDS Female Sexuality - Part 3
Jennifer discusses the questions and findings of her research, looking at LDS women and the impact of a patriarchal religious structure on their peace with sexuality and sense of sexual agency. The third and final part of this conversation covers the following topics... -How to stand up for better in a sexless marriage -How to foster desire in marriage -Masturbation in marriage -Erotica and pornography
LDS Female Sexuality - Part 2
This 3-part interview was Jennifer's first-EVER (and one of her most-listened-to) podcasts! Jennifer discusses the questions and findings of her research, looking at LDS women and the impact of a patriarchal religious structure on their peace with sexuality and sense of sexual agency.
LDS Female Sexuality - Part 1
In this 2012 interview, Dr. Finlayson-Fife is interviewed by Natasha Helfer of the Mormon Mental Health podcast to discuss her dissertation research on LDS women and sexuality.
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