The Intime Collective
Helping parents feel good and have better relationships with their partners
About UsReal Stories

Most couples would agree that their relationship and sex life takes a hit when they start a family.

The fact is, most couples are dissatisfied in their relationships with each other after they have a baby. We know how to change that. We believe we can help you feel good and have a better relationship with your partner.

We do this through sharing Real Stories and Practical Tools you can implement right away. All built with the busy and exhausted parent in mind. Everything’s convenient, anonymous and built by experts so you know it works.

We’ve helped over 100 couples rekindle their relationships. And because they’ve been able to rediscover their spark (both in and out of the bedroom), they parent better, too.

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The Intime Collective

Better Together.

“We exist to help parents feel good and have better relationships with their partners. Why?”

Because we know that when they feel good, families communities and organisations thrive.

‘Intime’ (in-tim-aye) is French for intimate and how fitting for us to use the language of love when our focus is on relationships. Intime is made up of ‘in’ and ‘time.’ And we know that time takes on a whole new meaning when we become parents. Time before the baby arrives, time after, the many milestones, the time we no longer have to ourselves.

Our goal is to transform the lives and relationships of parents for the wellbeing of their children.

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Our Founder

I’m a mum of 2 kids, wife to Josh and someone who didn’t recognise myself or our relationship after having our kids.

Our relationship became transactional, spark-less and full of tension over day-to-day issues that kept piling up. We also experienced challenges with intimacy and on the sexual side of things. It was hard to be my best self in work and life when all of this was going on at home.

So I spoke to my friends and realised they were going through the same thing. I left my corporate career, re-skilled and I feel so passionately about this that I have made it my life’s work.

I once asked my son Harrison (now 3) How do you know mummy and daddy love each other?

He pondered, deeply.. then shyly smiled and said “Because you’re happy!”

What would your kids say? Come join the conversion at Better Together.

Founder & CEO

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Real Stories

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