Overcoming Procrastination: Tips for People with ADHD to Get Things Done

Procrastination is a common challenge for people with ADHD, but it’s possible to overcome it. Here are some tips for decreasing procrastination: Overall, overcoming procrastination takes time and effort, but it’s possible. By breaking tasks down into smaller steps, setting specific goals and deadlines, staying organized, and finding ways to make tasks more enjoyable, youContinue reading “Overcoming Procrastination: Tips for People with ADHD to Get Things Done”

Breaking the People-Pleasing Cycle: How to Prioritize Your Own Needs and Well-Being

Having a people-pleasing mindset can be detrimental to our well-being, as it can lead to feelings of stress, burnout, and resentment. Here are some tips for decreasing a people-pleasing mindset: Overall, decreasing a people-pleasing mindset takes time and effort, but it’s worth it. By setting boundaries, practicing self-care, learning to say no, seeking support, andContinue reading “Breaking the People-Pleasing Cycle: How to Prioritize Your Own Needs and Well-Being”

New Beginnings: A Psychology Practice Now Open to Help You Achieve Your Best Self

Are you in need of psychological support but unsure of where to turn? Look no further! We are now accepting clients. At Sharp Minds Psychology, we understand that seeking help for mental health can be overwhelming and intimidating. That’s why we strive to create a safe, welcoming, and non-judgmental environment for all of our clients.Continue reading “New Beginnings: A Psychology Practice Now Open to Help You Achieve Your Best Self”

4 IDEAS FOR SURVIVING COVID-19 ISOLATION

So, you’re sick, with the big scary virus going around worldwide… We’ve also been there, so today we’re sharing some tips to help ride out the storm! Embrace the fact that you need to rest: What a more perfect time to enjoy resting, especially when you’re sick, the most important time your body needs theContinue reading “4 IDEAS FOR SURVIVING COVID-19 ISOLATION”

the restful sleep workbook

Hey there SMP community! We have an exciting announcement for you. Introducing The Restful Sleep Workbook. There are many factors that contribute to poor sleep and in this workbook we explore the factors specifically effecting your sleep. We also help you develop positive strategies for better sleep! The Restful Sleep Workbook is available as aContinue reading “the restful sleep workbook”

No One Is Going To SAVE You

No one is going to do it for you. No one is going to “save” you. “It” being the work you need to do to level up each day. No one is going to make sure you do anything, which is why you have to do it for yourself. You control your future, you controlContinue reading “No One Is Going To SAVE You”

take what you need: holidays edition

We know the holidays can be stressful for a lot of you, which is why we’ve put together some past posts for you to check out in hope to relieve some tension. Take a look and if you like what you read, please consider subscribing to join our growing community, big love from all ofContinue reading “take what you need: holidays edition”

Embrace Who You Really Are

How long are you going to avoid who you really are? How long are you willing to not step into your power? When do you want to start living the life you want and stop living in a cage? Make the change. If you’re felling stuck, run toward to fear instead of away from it.Continue reading “Embrace Who You Really Are”

3 Self-Care Ideas To Decrease Stress

Hands up, who’s stressed?? Don’t worry, we got you covered. Try these self-care ideas to decrease stress: Deep breathing: taking deep breathes throughout the day helps decrease stress and anxiety. It also keeps you grounded and feeling good. Try it here. Move your body: go for a walk in the park, take your dog toContinue reading “3 Self-Care Ideas To Decrease Stress”

What Childhood Trauma Looks Like & How To Overcome It

Childhood trauma is common, which is sad but true. We have all been brought up with parents going through their own shit, with different parenting styles, sometimes with siblings, sometimes not- either way it can be just as lonely. Often, we don’t even know that the things we experienced as kids was considered trauma. Trauma,Continue reading “What Childhood Trauma Looks Like & How To Overcome It”

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