In 2022, with your help, The FYI expanded our team, launched our first pre-marriage course, received grants from the John Templeton Foundation and the Templeton Religion Trust to conduct research within our communities, and so much more! Thank you for
The FYI’s very own podcast has now launched!
We’ve officially launched “With That in Mind, by The FYI,” The FYI’s very own podcast! We’ll be discussing research, but make no mistake – these conversations are not just for researchers – they’re for anyone who wants to learn how
Check out The FYI’s latest collab with Yaqeen Institute
You may have heard about how your physical environment can impact your mood–things like the lighting, organization of the space, and clutter can all make you feel better or worse. But, have you thought about how the non-physical part of
Stocking Stuffers, Halloween Candy, and Sighting the Moon
Tradition plays an essential role in the development of a child’s self-worth. The holiday season can be an excellent opportunity to have conversations with our families – about celebrations, juggling multiple identities, and how to approach it all as a
3 Tips For A Stronger Relationship With Your Adult Child
If you are the parent of an adult child, you’ve parented your child through the different seasons of life. As an adult, your child has taken on more responsibilities, made their own decisions, and perhaps built a life and family
4 Ways To Find More Support When Caring For An Elder Parent/Relative
If Allah SWT decrees for you to care for your parents in their old age, He has blessed you with a huge opportunity to enter paradise. But with this great reward comes great sacrifice. Caregiving for an elderly loved one
5 Things Muslim Therapists Wish You Knew About Children and Domestic Abuse
“If they aren’t getting physically hurt, your kids will be fine. Children forget these things easily. It’s you and your husband who are having problems, and you’ll work it out. You need to be patient, for the sake of the
Our updated Elder Care Toolkit is live!
Caregiver burnout is a “state of physical, emotional, and mental exhaustion that may be accompanied by a change in attitude — from positive and caring to negative and unconcerned. With 2 out of every 3 caregivers a female, the role
“Only 11% of youth were comfortable asking for support…”
As a researcher at The Family and Youth Institute, we embarked on a year-long project about understanding porn use within the Muslim community and creating research-backed resources. Check out the video for more information!
Porn and Muslim Youth Infographic
Did you know that 59% of Muslim youth view porn? In case you missed it, last month we released “Silent Struggles: Preliminary Findings on Pornography Among American Muslim Youth.” We decided to take it one step further and translate the