Your quiz results are in, and it’s official, the No 1 factor stopping you from regaining your sex life is….




Stress messes with your mind, your sanity and your stamina and more often than not, it negatively impacts your sex life.

But there are multiple things at play here and it isn't a simple matter of saying "Stress kills sexual desire".

Your brain is a big factor in all of this. It prioritizes the things we focus on and pushes away the things we don't.

If there is something stressful happening in your work life all thoughts will be drawn to that, and when that happens, all your focus is there. 

And of course, sex isn't the first thing on your mind, it's the last.

And then there are the kids. Raising a family means your focus is on getting the kids to school, entertaining them, washing & cleaning & generally caring for them. 

Not inducive to feeling romantic or getting in the mood.

Then, of course, there are the hormonal changes we go through as women, all of which affect us in different ways and raise our levels of stress.

That's before we've even mentioned the stress we place on ourselves when it comes to having, what we believe, is a healthy sex life.

Managing your stress and sanity so you can ignite the intimacy in your relationship, is what we're going to help you with as part of your quiz results.

Understanding your unique natural wiring is the piece of the puzzle that will allow you to reignite your passion, drive up your desire and help you start to feel like yourself once again.

It's time to ignite your intimacy and feel the flame of desire that the stress you've been feeling has extinguished.

Relationships of any kind are hard, but when you add sex into the mix it adds a whole other level or degree of difficulty. With all the things happening around us in our day-to-day life, from what we have to achieve at work to what needs to be done at home, it can be easy for the flame of desire to wane or even go out completely.

The thought of being intimate with our partner is the furthest thing from our mind, and it feels as though our desire for sex has hit an all-time low.

However, intimacy isn't just about the physical and sexual side of things. Granted it does come into it, but when you're not feeling the sexual urge there are plenty of other ways to enjoy intimacy with your partner and feel the closeness you're missing.

First, there's the intimacy of humour. Sharing a joke and making each other laugh is such a great way to improve your level of intimacy. 

And remember, laughing together is as close as you can get to a hug without touching.

And what about the intimacy of communication? Talking to each other, sharing ideas and listening to what the other person has to say opens up a different level of connection, one built on respect and trust.

Creative intimacy is another way to strengthen your bond. Maybe it's coming up with ideas together for redesigning the bedroom or trying something new in the kitchen. Whatever it is, the act of creating something together enhances your level of intimacy.

Sharing ideas, having discussions and talking about your own perspective on things, is a great form of intellectual intimacy that can again heighten the feeling of closeness through shared experiences and thoughts.

It's so easy to forget all the other elements of a relationship that make up the whole. Sex is only one part, and these other forms of intimacy are just some of the ways you can start to feel that connection once again.

Taking this step and allowing yourself the time to try can generate a wealth of positivity and take the focus away from the elephant in the room. 

Reflect on your relationship and the different levels of intimacy you can inject into it. Ones that don't involve anything physical and sexual, and you'll start to see a shift in your stress levels and sanity.

“We think we want sex, but it’s not always about sex. It’s intimacy we want. To be touched. Looked at. Admired. Smiled at. Laugh with someone. Feel safe. Feel like someone’s really got you. That’s what we crave.”

― Anonymous

  • Help! I haven’t had a sexual thought in months

  • I hate the way I look, don't feel sexy at all & just can't be bothered

  • I have no sex drive whatsoever & it's starting to affect my marriage

  • I've been struggling with low libido for the last 3 years now. No matter what I try, nothing helps.

  • I force myself to have sex to satisfy my husband, but I just have the hardest time getting aroused.

What do I do? I need to get past this and get back to actually WANTING sex again.

The good news is you’re not alone here. You wouldn’t believe the number of women in the same position as you, thinking identical thoughts and having exactly the same feelings.

We all have those voices in our head telling us, not so subtly, that our sex life is broken, we'll never get it back, and we may as well just give up because nothing can help us move past this. 

But that’s simply not true.

Contrary to what you may think, your life isn’t broken, you’re not on your own, and things can change.

What you need are some answers and of course, a solution to help you regain your sex life.

I want you to close your eyes and imagine a world where sex is a normal part of your life again.  A world where you feel confident, desirable and ready to enjoy physical intimacy with your partner.

One where you’re ready to SAY YES TO SEX!

Are you there yet? Are you ready to try? I hope so because….

It all starts with REIGNITE, the 8 Steps of Sexology.


To really make a change and see a lasting difference, there first needs to be a mindset shift….one where we start to move past all the fears, stresses, shame, and thoughts associated with a low sex drive.

Using the REIGNITE Sexology Steps, you’ll rediscover your passion and drive up your desire.



- practice self-care and make time for yourself. Easier said than done, I know, but it’s so important. And it doesn’t have to be a big time commitment, just a small gesture of recognition that you deserve to be taken care of. This then sends positive emotions through your brain, lifting your mood and making you more receptive to things. So try to prioritise yourself, whether it’s making time for meditation, doing yoga, getting an extra hour of sleep or going to the gym. Thirty minutes of “me time” every day is good for the soul and your sex life.



- give yourself permission to be the sexy, confident woman you are. Think about the things and people who make you feel good about yourself. Maybe it’s a particular outfit, or maybe, it’s how the barista at your local Starbucks looks at you. Nothing is off limits here - it’s about what works for you.



- practice self-care and make time for yourself. Easier said than done, I know, but it’s so important. And it doesn’t have to be a big time commitment, just a small gesture of recognition that you deserve to be taken care of. This then sends positive emotions through your brain, lifting your mood and making you more receptive to things. So try to prioritise yourself, whether it’s making time for meditation, doing yoga, getting an extra hour of sleep or going to the gym. Thirty minutes of “me time” every day is good for the soul and your sex life.



- encourage intimacy with your partner and invite them into your world. Intimacy can take many forms beyond sexual activity. You and your partner can explore other ways to connect, such as cuddling, holding hands, or spending quality time together.



- be open to trying new things. They say that variety is the spice of life, and in this case, it can often be true. If something becomes so routine it’s no longer fun, you’ll put it off rather than take action. None of us wants mundane we all want a little excitement, so be willing to just try.



- learn to enjoy the post-sex moment, whatever it might look like to you. That intimacy can make all the difference to how you think about sex in the future. An embrace, cuddle or snuggle can boost psychological closeness reinforcing the idea that sex is great, something to be enjoyed and repeated often.

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Welcome to my shop!

So who is dishing out all this advice?

Hi, I’m Kylie….

As a woman in her early 50’s, trust me when I say I’ve been where you are. I’ve had those periods when my sex drive has literally been non-existent, where I’ve created excuse after excuse for not having sex, AND where I’ve wondered if I’ll ever want sex again.

But it wasn’t till I reached pre-menopause that I decided to do something about it.

I was at my wit's end.

I’d had sleepless night after sleepless night. I was feeling completely undesirable because I couldn't fit into any of my clothes, and sex was a distant memory.

There had to be something I could do that didn’t involve taking prescription drugs.

Luckily for me, there was.

Within just under a month, I felt like I had a new lease of life. I was sleeping again. I felt less bloated, so my clothes were fitting me better, and my brain fog had started to lift.

The only question I had left was why on earth hadn’t I done something sooner instead of allowing myself to suffer for so long.

Now I’m sharing what I’ve discovered through this quiz to show you you’re not alone and there is light at the end of the tunnel.

Ember can transform your life in a non-evasive way that will give YOU back to yourself.