Teaching Children Healthy Sexuality
Human beings are sexual beings from birth. As such, children are naturally and rightfully curious about their growing bodies. While this curiosity and subsequent exploration manifests differently in toddlerhood, childhood, and adolescence--a parent's comfort level with this natural process will have a big impact on the child's relationship with sexuality. In this popular podcast episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Taralynn of the Find the Magic Podcast to discuss what parents can do to help their children develop a healthy relationship with sexuality. Listen to the full episode to learn more about: Taking the shame, fear, and anxiety out of talking to kids about sex Normalizing sexuality Teaching our children to be deliberate and thoughtful in their choices about sexuality Handling toddler and pre-adolescent curiosity about embodiment and sexuality Modesty
In this NEW PODCAST episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Brecklyn Winder of the Bread and Butter Podcast to discuss the negative meanings that many of us inherited around modesty and sexuality. Dr. Finlayson-Fife goes on to share how we can rethink and reframe those ideas to develop a healthier understanding of both modesty and sexuality.
Modesty and Moderation
This episode is the audio from a Facebook live that Dr. Finlayson-Fife hosted on the topic of modesty. Listen to learn more about: - The true meaning of modesty - Unhelpful messages we unwittingly give to men, women, boys and girls about modesty - Helpful messages to replace those harmful narratives
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!
Developing Spiritual Maturity
Jody Moore of the Better Than Happy Podcast interviews Dr. Finlayson-Fife on the topic of Spiritual Maturity. They discuss.. -The importance of spiritual maturity and how to achieve it. -How to live life more honestly and in line with your integrity. -The process of approaching obedience with wisdom. -The true meaning of modesty and how to teach it wisely. -How perfectionism is a counterfeit virtue, and what real goodness looks like. -What the fruits of spiritual maturity are.
Sexuality and Modesty Discourse in LDS Culture
Dan Wotherspoon, host of "Mormon Matters" interviews Dr. Finlayson-Fife and Natasha Helfer Parker about the messaging around modesty and sexuality and how to teach our sexual values most productively.
In this podcast episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife chats with Michelle Stevenett from the Mind. Body. Boss. Podcast all about modesty. They cover topics like how to teach modesty and what modesty is and is not.
Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 20
Here in the 20th installment of the “Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist” series Jennifer responds to three new questions. One question is about garments and intimacy, another asks about the difficulty of communicating sexual needs, and the last question comes from a couple in a dependent relationship.
Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 16
In the 16th installment of the Ask A Mormon Sex Therapist series Dr. Finlayson-Fife responds to two more questions submitted from listeners. One focuses on nudity and modesty, and the second question comes from a person in a really tough position in a sexless marriage in which discussion and negotiation of sexual relations are off limits.
Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 1
In this episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife speaks with Paul Barker of the Rational Faiths Podcast about issues of modesty within a school setting, romance novels as a form of erotica, what is “acceptable” within marriage & what is not, divorce and intimacy, and talking to kids about sex.
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