AskAnAlly.com Launches Products For the Holidays
AskAnAlly.com launched Ask An Ally products offering professional and psychological tools and
tips on a wide variety of life’s challenges.
Woods Hole, MA (Bluehost) -- AskAnAlly.com launched Ask An Ally products (http://www.AskAnAlly.com)
offering professional and psychological tools and tips on a wide variety of life’s challenges.
“People started clamoring for psychologically oriented products to use and give at the holidays,” said Dr. Jane
Ginsberg, founder and creator of AskAnAlly.com. “AskAnAlly.com launched a series of cocktail napkins that
offer tips to the socially uncomfortable - and entertainment to the experienced party goer. They provide an easy
way to get help and make connections right in the moment. We are also providing AskAnAlly Zen Gardens to
give to friends and loved ones. The holidays can be stressful and here's another way we can help.”
In addition, new YouTube videos have been released. These cover topics like the holidays, relationships, family,
marriage counseling, dating and parenting.
AskAnAlly.com is a website where professional and psychological advice meets a warm and supportive virtual
atmosphere. Users are greeted with a homepage that serves as a relaxing “waiting room” where they can play
games and make art and music. Past the homepage, people can anonymously ask for help, and read the archives
of questions and Dr. Jane Ginsberg’s responses.
Dr. Jane is the founder and creator of AskAnAlly.com and has been helping people reach their full potential for
over 27 years. Specializing in women's issues, crisis management, conflict negotiation, life coaching and trauma
recovery, Dr. Jane has worked with a diverse group of patients and clients including at-risk teenagers, the
chronically mentally ill, businesses, and non-profit organizations. Dr. Jane holds a B.A. from Kirkland/Hamilton
College and a Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D) from the University of Denver. She currently divides her time
between Denver, Colorado an