It’s absolutely possible to be a righteous, worthy woman and rock some serious confidence in the bedroom. This is a podcast for wives who are ready to be more confident in their sexuality, and want a safe place to learn and grow without the worry of running into lewd or derogatory messages. If you're ready to finally release the insecurities that have been holding you back and show up in the bedroom as your most confident self, this is the podcast for you.
Have you ever heard of “sextortion”? If you have teenagers, you want to listen to this one. I explain why I think we need to adjust our mindsets to really safeguard our teens and I’m sharing an address I made to the youth for standards night. Link to article referenced- http://www.ldsliving.com/Latter-day-Saint-Family-Speaks-Out-About-Son-s-Suicide-to-Protect-Other-Children-from-Sextortion/s/90553 Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Forgiveness is not about accepting an apology or telling someone it’s OK. We don’t have to get an apology or an explanation in order to forgive...although I know you think it would help. When we hold onto anger and resentment, it drives a wedge in our physical intimacy.
Do you know what you desire in the bedroom? Have you been focusing more on being desirable? When we think more about what makes us desirable than what we really want, it subtly shuts down access to our own wanting.
Talking about sex is so important in a marriage, yet so many of us are not doing it. If you feel reluctant to share those intimate conversations, you need to figure out why. If you can talk about sex with your husband, you are missing out on a whole level of intimacy. rhondafarr.com email@example.com
Want to be more happy? Stop telling that story.I could tell you the same story in so many different ways, and it would totally change how you feel about me and my husband. The story that matters most, is the story you are telling yourself!
Research shows that 85 percent of young single adult men have some type of history with pornography. There are a lot of myths and misunderstandings about what pornography actually does to us. It’s time to start talking about these things and establishing open dialogues of conversation.
Realizing different spiritual beliefs and feeling spiritually disconnected can greatly impact our desire to be physically intimate. Is it possible to navigate a mixed-faith marriage and still feel connected? Absolutely.
Teaching Your Kids About Sex Without Shame or Embarrassment. If you’ve ever wished for help when it comes to talking to you kids about sex, today’s episode is for you! Get your free guide at www.rhondafarr.com/freebie-teaching/
Do you ever feel “touched out” or depleted by the end of the day? Afraid to hug or kiss your husband because you’re afraid he’ll want more? Tune in today to find out how that effects your relationship in the long term. Connect with me at rhondafarr.com
Why does everything seem so hard? Do you ever just want to give up and just not even try to change certain things in your relationship? Guess what? It's normal to feel that way and I want to tell you why it's actually good to feel that way!
Do you ever feel like the attraction is fading in your marriage? Do you wish you knew how to feel that spark again? Tune in to find out how you can maintain your confidence in your marriage through all the highs and lows. rhondafarr.com
Do you ever feel like your intimate relationship is awkward? Today I’m talking about why that happens and what it’s completely normal! Here’s the study I reference http://artofconnection.org/sexual-initiation-how-women-and-men-prefer-to-be-approached-for-sex/ and here are the tips I reference http://rhondafarr.blogspot.com/2018/09/how-to-talk-to-your-husband-about.html?m=1
If you have experienced infidelity in your marriage, you know it can leave you shattered and unsure how to proceed. Perhaps you think you can never recover from something like that. Don't miss this episode with the super open and honest Nicole who shares the journey she walked after finding out her husband had an affair. You can find her at https://habityourday.wordpress.com
This topic is something that comes up repeatedly in the work I do. It comes up repeatedly in the world we live in.
I’m talking about how to handle your relationship, when your husband struggles with pornography. Need help to navigate your specific trial with pornography in your marriage? Contact me at rhondafarr.com
Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and a licensed psychotherapist who specializes in relationships and sexuality. Tune in for insight from her years of study and practice!
Is your confidence real and self-loving or false and fleeting? Do you have the higher sex drive in your relationship, that has you questioning your desirability? You can decide what you want to believe about yourself on purpose, no matter what anyone else does or doesn't do.
In my one on one work with the women who are trying to overcome bedroom issues, I have found an overwhelming percentage of them who struggle with self confidence. So that’s why I decided to create this resource that will focus on Bedroom Confidence for Women.
If you are looking for a safe place to learn and think about sexuality without having to worry about coming across lewd or vulgar messages, you are in the right place!
In order to gain confidence in ourselves, we have to first take a close look at the things we don’t really like about ourselves.
Listen now to get to know a little more about me and why I do this work.
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