• Mormonism and Sex

    In this episode of Mormonland Jennifer joins a panel with Michael Austin, Jacob Hess, and hosts Peggy Fletcher Stack and David Noyce to discuss the history, theology, and ethics of sexual relations in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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  • Becoming a Better Spouse

    In this episode Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins the hosts of Bless the Refreshments to discuss how looking at improving yourself will improve your marriage.

    Bless the Refreshments
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  • Wisdom for Mid-Singles

    Dr. Finlayson-Fife joined Jeff and Cathy of Love in the Later Years to discuss sexuality for mid singles.

    LILY Pod
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  • 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

    Dr. Finlayson-Fife's Podcast Archive
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  • Owning Your Spirituality

    Dr. Finlayson-Fife and Heather Rackman of the Latter-day Life Coaches discuss honesty, truth, faith and where they all intersect in this episode about owning your spirituality.

    Latter-day Life Coaches
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  • Engage in the Process | Part 2

    This is part two of Dr. Finlayson-Fife's interview with Unashamed Unafraid.

    Unashamed Unafraid
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  • Engage in the Process | Part 1

    Dr. Finlayson-Fife joined Steve and James of the Unashamed Unafraid Podcast to discuss honesty and being fully human. Spoiler alert...the path is not perfectionism!

    Unashamed Unafraid
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  • Belonging and Boundaries

    Dr. Finlayson-Fife was interview on the Faith Matters podcast to discuss the tension between boundaries and belonging when it comes to returning to in-person church following the pandemic.

    Faith Matters
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  • Navigating Differences with Integrity

    Dr. Finlayson-Fife was interviewed by Sherrae Phelps of the Ten Thousand Hours of Writing project to discuss differences in marriage and how to navigate them. Listen to here more about... - The difficulty of navigating differences, especially religious differences, in marriage. - Self-indulgence vs self-definition. - The paradox and tension of marriage. - How to determine with integrity if a difference is too big for the marriage. - How we choose to navigate difference may matter more than the difference itself.

    Ten Thousand Hours of Writing
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  • The Sex Talk We All Deserve

    Dr. Finlayson-Fife had a fun and educational conversation with Rosemary Card of the Q.More Podcast where they covered questions we all have about sex. Listen to learn more about... - Integrating your sexuality regardless of what stage of life you are in - The process of self and sexual development - Intimacy and communication - Questions and discussions to help newlyweds navigate their new sexual relationship

    Q.More
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