At a time when racial conflict and racial insensitivity permeate everything from politics to playgroups, engaging our kids constructively on race is crucially important. It’s also easier said than done. The tips in this article are designed to help parents
Tips For Coping The Loss Of A Loved One During The Pandemic
As we continue to live through this pandemic, it is likely that you have lost a loved one or know someone who has lost a loved one. COVID-19 has changed the way we grieve and honor the passing of our loved
7 Ways To Build Positive Relationships With In-Laws
American Muslim couples are reporting that their in-law relationships are a major source of stress and marital conflict. What can couples do to create more positive relationships with their in-laws and in turn, better their own marriage relationship? Check out
15 Valentines Day Family Traditions To Start!
Parents often ask me how they can find time to deepen their connection with their children, given how busy they are. Because Valentines Day is all about love, it gives you the perfect opportunity to create more love in your family,
Think You’re Ready For Marriage? Answer These Questions To Find Out!
Thinking of marriage or know somebody preparing for marriage? Check out this list of 100+ questions compiled by The FYI to help you prepare for the married life! You will find questions on personal values, communication, work-life balance, and more.
Here Are The Physical Symptoms Of Anxiety
If you have anxiety, you might frequently feel worried, nervous, or afraid about ordinary events. These feelings can be upsetting and difficult to manage. They can also make daily life a challenge. Anxiety can also cause physical symptoms. Think about a
How To Navigate Your Child’s Social Media Presence And Use
Do you know what your child is exposed to online? Ever wonder just who your child is communicating with through all their different social media profiles? As parents, we realize that our children are our trust and responsibility. Prophet Muhammad
6 Tips For Working With Your Child’s School Counselor
For many families, a school counselor is the first place to turn for questions about a child’s mental or emotional health. But parents and kids avoid the counselor’s office because they are afraid they, or their child, won’t be seen
Celebrate Black History With Black Authors
In honor of Black History month, here is an extensive book list on Black history by Black authors. Visit the library this weekend with your family to check out some of these great and educational books! Read more.
7 Things To Consider Before Saying “I Do”
With reports of unhappy marriages and rising divorce rates among American Muslim couples, how can you decrease the likelihood of becoming another statistic? The Family and Youth Institute has put together this video on “7 Things to Consider Before Saying “I