Changes in behavior, way of thinking, and identity are common during adolescence. But in some teens, these changes could lead to socio-emotional issues, such as self-doubt, secrecy, and isolation. Parents can help the teen overcome these issues through therapy activities.
On September 11th, 2001, the world mourned the loss of life and destruction. It was also a pivotal moment in the history of Muslims in the U.S. and across the world. As a young adult today, you may not be aware of
In recognition of National Suicide Prevention Week, The FYI set out to create comprehensive and culturally specific resources addressing suicide risks, intervention, assessment, and prevention. This thorough resource includes information specific to teens, parents, survivors of suicide attempts, their families, survivors
Eid is almost here and everyone’s getting ready to end their month of fasting! Eid-ul-Fitr celebrations tend to include with a good amount of feasting, gifting and bonding with friends and relatives. And If you have kids at home, you
This is a question that many of us may still be struggling with as we finish these last few blessed days of Ramadan. Many of us spent most of the month missing our friends and family and figuring out new
With Ramadan less than a month away, you may be wondering ‘How do I get my kids involved in Ramadan?’ Involvement can mean a lot of things, it can mean creating, learning, doing, making, or helping, it can also mean so
What we need to know about American Muslim college students and risk behaviors all in one infographic. To some, these numbers seem high, to others, they may seem low. We know that Muslim students are not immune to engaging in
Selfies can be silly and lighthearted, of course. But there is a dark side when photos become a measure of self-worth. We’re used to worrying about how kids will be affected by seeing too many air-brushed images of models in
What are some fun things to do on a snow day? Snow day activities for kids need to include ideas to burn off energy indoors, quiet time to give parents a break, a few outdoor activities just in case the
All children need love, encouragement, and support, and for kids with learning disabilities, such positive reinforcement can help ensure that they emerge with a strong sense of self-worth, confidence, and the determination to keep going even when things are tough.