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Now displaying: August, 2018
Aug 31, 2018

Shannon Hickman of Core Healing Counseling and Kristin Hodson of the Healing Group join Natasha on this month’s Sex in the Mormon News. On this episode, they discuss several articles which include their criticism about an article coming out of BYU Idaho that talks about why comprehensive sex ed is damaging, discussion around the Mormon Mental Health statement that recently was released about worthiness interviews and then the policy that is harmful to homosexual members in the church. 

Also, Kristin tells her experience dealing with state legislature trying to teach consent in classrooms.

Links to articles:

http://www.purecouples.org/blog/2018/8/5/husbands-your-wife-isnt-a-porn-star

http://sexualwholeness.com

https://ldsmag.com/why-comprehensive-sexuality-education-does-more-harm-than-good/

They also discussed Caitlyn Ryan’s Family Acceptance Project which you can find here:

https://familyproject.sfsu.edu/people/staff/caitlin-ryan

Thank you to all that have donated to Mormon Mental Health. To donate, please go here and consider becoming a monthly supporter: www.mormonmentalhealth.org

Aug 20, 2018

Healthy Boundaries When Dealing with Infertility

Aug 12, 2018

This episode is an intimate conversation with Natasha’s close friend, Melissa, who found she was in a mixed orientation marriage several years into her Mormon marriage. At the time, Natasha was a part of Melissa’s process of uncovering her own journey. And, Natasha went on her own journey because of this situation herself, admitting her own biases.

Natasha will be co-hosting a retreat Oct 12-14 in Salt Lake City Utah on “Understanding and Navigating Healthy Perspectives and Journeys within Mormonism.” To attend, please visit: https://www.mormonmatters.org/retreats/

As always, please consider donating as the Mormon Mental Health Podcasts need your support to continue past 2018. Please donate by going here: https://www.mormonmentalhealth.org

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