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 your home environment – the feelings in the air, support or conflict you experience, and relationships with family members – can have a very real impact on your mental health?
Extensive research shows us that home environments in which there is a lot of conflict and less warmth lead to greater anxiety and depression. The FYI has collaborated with Yaqeen Institute to shed light on how these relationships work in the Muslim American home.
See what the research has to say here