• Wisdom for Mid-Singles

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

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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

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  • Sexuality and Being Single

    Tammy Hill of the Live Your Why podcast interviewed Dr. Finlayson-Fife and discussed sexuality for single individuals. Listen to this episode to learn more about: - Where is the line in regards to chastity? - How to help your children make self-directed choices around their sexuality. - A discussion about normal sexual developmental behavior - Core questions to ask yourself to get clear on your relationship to your sexuality - How to transition into a sexual relationship without guilt or shame when you get married

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  • Chastity, Consent, and Other Sexy Things

    Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Find Your Person Podcast to discuss the topic of singles, relationships, and sexuality! She address... -What healthy boundaries during dating look like. -The importance of sexual attraction in dating and marriage choice. -How to "course correct" while dating and recommit to shared goals. -Differences and similarities between male and female sexuality. -How to foster healthy sexuality in a dating relationship while staying true to ideals such as the law of chastity.

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  • Sexuality & Happiness, A Positive View of Sex and Sexuality

    Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Andy Proctor of the @morehappylife podcast to discuss… -How parents can better talk to their kids about sexuality and pleasure (without embarrassment). -The gift of human embodiment and sensuality. -How people who experience themselves as addicted to sex can take more control of their choices. -How to think about sexuality as a religious single person in a way that facilitates your well-being.

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  • Singles and Sexuality - Navigating With Clarity and Integrity

    This podcast episode is an audio recording of Dr. Finlayson-Fife’s presentation Sexuality and Singledom: Navigating with Clarity and Integrity. This presentation was recorded in New York City at a singles’ conference called “Of One Body: The State of Mormon Singledom.”

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  • Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Part 8

    In this episode Dr. Finlayson-Fife and the Rational Faiths Podcast team discuss household duties, relationship dynamics, female desire, and LDS singles and sexuality.

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  • Single Moms Thriving

    In this episode, Molly from Divorced Mormon Mom Podcast interviews Dr. Finlayson-Fife and discusses the challenges of being a divorced, faithful Mormon who is committed to keeping covenants and also has experienced a sexual relationship before. Molly asks about common concerns and questions including fears with sex, complexities of dating after divorce, and sexual compatibility.

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