• Teens and Screens

    In this NEW episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife discusses with Crystal (@theparenting coach) how parents can help their children navigate the complicated online world. She discusses the key to empowering teens to make wise decisions lies in facilitating our children’s self-authoring – of thinking about the lives they want to create and assessing whether their actions are in line with the person they hope to become.

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  • Modesty From the Inside Out

    In this NEW podcast episode, I join Aubrey and Tim Chaves from the Faith Matters podcast to talk about modesty and how we can relate to and cherish our bodies so as to experience deeply embodied joy through them. Listen to the full episode to learn more about: Problematic understandings of modesty Why modesty is such a culturally charged topic Sexual self-mastery Healthy ways to talk to youth about modesty and sexuality Stages of moral development The gift of sexual conservatism

    Faith Matters
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  • Rethinking 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.

    Bread and Butter
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  • How to Talk to Your Kids (and others!) About Sex

    In this NEW podcast episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins the hosts of the Bless the Refreshments Podcast to discuss why talking about sex with our kids and spouses can be so difficult and what we can do to reduce our own anxiety about sexuality.

    Bless the Refreshments
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  • Healthy Sexual Development

    In this conversation with Michelle Larson of Uplift for Kids, Dr. Finlayson-Fife discusses what parents can do to facilitate the healthy sexual development of their children throughout every stage of development.

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  • How to Discuss Sexuality with your Children

    Dr. Finlayson-Fife was interview by the Find the Magic team about addressing and helping our children develop a healthy relationship with their sexuality. Listen to learn more about: - Questions to ask yourself to help you sort out your own relationship to your sexuality - How to help your child understand that they are a powerful chooser in their life, especially around their sexuality - How to create guidelines and boundaries with your kids as they learn to integrate their sexuality - Teaching your children that being careful around their sexual choices matters

    Find The Magic
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  • Parenting a Perfectionistic Child Part 1

    Monica Packer of About Progress talked with Carolyn Bever & Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife to discuss parenting perfectionistic children. Listen to learn more about... - How to identify if you have a perfectionistic child - Why perfectionistic children can be over or underperforming - Separating your own sense of worth from your child’s achievements - How to illustrate the importance of failure in the process

    About Progress
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  • Curfews, Crop Tops, Choices & More

    Dr. Finlayson-Fife was interviewed by Ivy, Kristi’s daughter. Ivy is a smart and thoughtful teen who asked wonderful questions pertinent to all teens and parents of teens! Listen to this podcast to hear Dr. Finlayson talk directly to teens about: - Troubles that teens face in friendships and relationships - Anxiety - Disagreements with parents - and more!

    Dr. Finlayson-Fife's Podcast Archive
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