So you want to get your sex life back on track?

You know it’s normal for sex to drop down the agenda when you have a baby, but it’s been months – maybe even years – and you’re starting to worry.

Right now, honestly, sex is something that brings you more stress than pleasure.

You want to know how to talk about it without getting into an argument.

You want to feel properly connected to your partner again, to enjoy that relaxed ease you feel with each other when you’re having good sex.

Sex Life Troubles Are Stressful and Upsetting

This is a tough place to be.

With everything else you’re coping with, you’ve probably been trying not to think about it too much.

But then the subject comes up, or your partner goes to make a move on you, and you feel a confusing mix of resentment and guilt.

Or maybe you’re the one who’s feeling rejected and frustrated.

Either way, it’s lonely, and worrying.

I Can Help You Get Your Sex Life Back On Track

As a therapist specialising in the transition to parenthood, I help couples to reconnect – and stay close.

I’m a communication and intimacy specialist, with an approach which is always grounded in research.

And I’m a married mother of two, with eighteen years of ups and downs in my own relationship that I’ve learned from too.

Back In The Sack Sex After Kids Workbook

Back in the Sack is a 31-page PDF workbook which will support you on your journey back to being lovers again.

You’ll learn about the common blocks and patterns that can make sexual connection feel so out-of-reach once we become parents, and what you can do about them.

You’ll do a deep dive into where you want to be, and what you need in order to get there, guided by over 30 journaling prompts.

Plus you’ll benefit from pages of practical tips on how you can improve communication about sex, and ultimately both get more of your needs met.

Get Your Sex Life Back On Track Today

Click here to read more about the workbook or hit the button if you’re ready to buy for just £8 today.

Don’t Let Your Connection Die

Sex is just one element of a committed relationship, but for most of us it’s an important one.

When couples let their physical connection wither, sooner or later they start to feel the impact outside the bedroom too.

It’s natural for sex to go down the list of priorities when our babies are tiny.

But sooner or later, they need us to reconnect.

Because what children need to thrive is happy, healthy parents who gain satisfaction from their adult relationships.

Your Sex Life Back On Track – Lovers Again

I know how much you want to feel better about sex.

You want a future where you feel more relaxed and freer around each other.

Where you know how to ask for what you need to get in the mood, and it happens often.

Where you give each other a cheeky look over breakfast with the kids, knowing that you are more to each other than “Mum and Dad”.

Download Back In The Sack today for a special introductory price of just £8 and find your way back to being lovers again.