The Art of Belonging
In an interview for the Love Rice podcast series from Bloom for Women, Dr. Finlayson-Fife talks about how to belong to others as well as ourselves. She also explains how reconciling these tensions is related to our spiritual development.
In this podcast episode Dr. Finlayson-Fife addresses the question: How does one develop a solid sense of self within groups that celebrate "selflessness" as a feminine virtue?
Why You Need to Know Who You Are (& How)
Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife is back with another interview with Monica Packer from the About Progress Podcast. Monica interviews Jennifer addressing the importance of self-development (developing our gifts and capacities) to forge a stronger sense of self.
Approval-Seeking VS. Goodness
Monica Packer from the About Progress Podcast interviews me on the topic of Goodness---How creating goodness is different from approval-seeking, as well as perspectives on how to develop and discern what is good when faced with real and imagined pressures.
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