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What is an Ambivert? Alyson Reveals Signs That You are One

Are you often energized by social gatherings, but then unexpectedly mentally depleted other times? Then you just might be an ambivert. According to Science of People, an ambivert is defined as: “someone who exhibits qualities of both introversion and extroversion, and can flip into either depending on their mood, context, and goals.”

Alyson was recently featured in an article by Slice where she discusses “What is an Ambivert?” with Susy Alexandre. Read the full article here!

Money, Stress and Relationships

How much stress does money create in a relationship?

It’s no secret that money problems can be a huge source of relationship strife — surveys indicate that at least half of disagreements with couples are caused by financial concerns and money is one of the main sources of stress in a relationship. Money stress can seep into many parts of your life.

Money doesn’t buy happiness or love, but it can create security and a foundation for achieving goals.

Depending on how the couple communicates people may build a successful relationship or fail miserably. Money may not be everyone’s priority, but by the end of the day, it will be a factor in your primary relationship.

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Welcome Jane Richards

Welcome Jane! We are pleased to announce we have a new Child and Family Therapist joining our team. Jane believes strongly in the crucial importance of individuals developing self-awareness, self-acceptance, and their own unique voice within the context of personal value and human relationships. Get to know her more and book in at a reduced rate during her internship.

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Entrepreneurs and COVID-19

Check out Alyson Jones’ interview with Olio By Marylin where she discusses the impact of COVID-19 on entrepreneurs and how her business has adapted to the new normal of social distancing.

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Entrepreneurs and COVID-19