This article is authored by Sameera Ahmed, Ph.D. Holidays may seem as simple as a day to have fun and celebrate. But, they are far more important to our well-being and identity— and work to build resilience in all of us.
This article was authored by Madiha Tahseen, PhD As parents, we want our children to grow up to be practicing Muslims with good character who please Allah (SWT). Many of us think that to achieve this, we have to be
This article was authored by Madiha Tahseen, PhDLast year, we had to find out how to navigate Ramadan on lockdown, and the unique sweetness of thriving through something new pushed us through it. This year, that’s not enough to get
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By Madiha Tahseen, Ph.D. More than 50% of Muslims report at least one significant marital issue (Chapman & Cattaneo, 2013). The reality is divorce amongst Muslim Americans has greatly increased in the last 25 years (ISPU, 2012). So if
By Madiha Tahseen, Ph.D. Anaya is rushing to meet an urgent work deadline when Malik rushes in to tell her some news about his project at work. Anaya, frustrated with being interrupted, tells Malik to leave her alone since she