Ep. 118 Cutting Apron Strings, with Special Guest, Jennifer Finlayson-Fife

A big struggle in parenting: Knowing when and how to let our babies grow up. Today I speak with Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife about how this can play out years later in marriage, and how we can prevent ourselves now, from creating those struggles for our child in the future.

About Jennifer: I am a relationship and sexuality educator and coach, as well as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Illinois with a Ph.D in Counseling Psychology from Boston College. I wrote my dissertation on LDS women and sexuality, and have taught college-level courses on human sexuality. I currently teach online courses and live workshops to individuals and couples seeking to develop their capacity for deeper emotional and sexual intimacy. Additionally, I offer limited private and group coaching services to individuals and couples who have benefitted from my podcasts and courses and are looking for more direct input on improving their lives and relationships.

I am a frequent contributor on the subjects of sexuality, relationships, and spirituality to LDS-themed blogs, magazines, and podcasts, including the “Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist” podcast series. My husband and I are the parents of three children and are active members of the LDS church.

You can find Jennifer at: finlayson-fife.com

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