• 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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  • The High Cost of Cheap Sexual Validation || Room for Two Teaser!

    Tiffany has never been able to orgasm and is having difficulty trusting her husband. Riley has been sexually compulsive from adolescence and induces anxiety in his wife through his untrustworthy sexual behavior. Listen as Dr. Finlayson-Fife helps Riley confront the fact that he is using his behavior to keep control of his wife’s validation, and how his framing of porn addiction misses the mark and interferes with him truly changing his behavior. To subscribe go to the Room for Two Webpage!

    Room for Two
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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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  • Pornography and Your Marital Sexual Relationship

    Dr. Finlayson-Fife joined Julie Winn of The Porn Addict's Wife Podcast to discuss how the marital sexual relationship can be affected when a spouse is viewing pornography.

    The Porn Addict's Wife
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  • 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.

    Love Rice
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  • 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

    Mormon Mental Health Podcast
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  • Overcoming Unwanted Pornography Use

    This podcast episode is for... -Those personally struggling with unwanted pornography use. -The spouse of someone who views pornography. -Anyone seeking to better understand and protect against unhealthy sexual behavior patterns.

    Cameron Staley
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  • Integrity, Self-Honesty and Pornography

    The Betrayed, The Addicted, and The Expert
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  • Setting Boundaries

    In this podcast episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Cami Hurst from the Sex Therapy 101 Podcast to talk about learning to say no when needed. They talk about topics such as learning to set boundaries and dealing with a spouse’s pornography use.

    Cami Hurst
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  • Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 5

    Rational Faiths
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