The Joy Effect

You’ve always been a high achiever, but you secretly feel like one mistake is going to cause your whole world to come crashing down around you. You spend so much energy trying to maintain the appearance of having your shiz together that you’re exhausted and unable to really feel connected to the people around you. The anxiety leaves you feeling tired, overwhelmed, and irritable. Maybe you’re even struggling with insomnia from racing thoughts.

In fact, you’re so disconnected from others and from yourself that you feel like you’re constantly saying yes to more than you can handle because you don’t want to sound mean, or worse, incapable.

You’re afraid that asking for help means admitting failure, but if you try to keep all the plates spinning at this rate, something is going to have to give, and you’re worried that something will be you. You jump on social media to relax but end up either feeling worse about yourself or realizing you’ve spaced out on scrolling mindlessly for the better part of an hour.

"Do You 'Have it All' But Still Struggle to Find Happiness & Fulfilment?"

Imagine being able to say yes to opportunities that are in line with your values and goals, and not just what you feel like you should be doing. What would it be like to fall asleep without your mind racing about today’s mistakes and tomorrow’s stress? What if you could make these changes and not have to say goodbye to social media?

How different would your relationships be if you were authentic, present, and connected to the people around you in a way that let you share your true self?

At The Joy Effect, we work to uncover the anxiety-inducing thoughts and patterns, to set healthy boundaries in relationships, and to gain the confidence to be vulnerable and real with other people.

If you want to stop feeling overwhelmed and stressed and start enjoying the life you’ve worked so hard to create, contact us today!

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About Carolyn Robistow  

You know that feeling you get when you're facing the pressure to look as though you have it all figured out (and you're not supposed to have to try too hard to get there), except really you don't have it all figured out, and you feel like you're the only person faking it? I'm here to help you find relief from that pressure so you can spend less time stuck in a competition and more time connecting meaningfully with the people who matter to you.

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