I’am honoured to have Chereen as my first guest on The Muslimah Mommy. Chereen is a ‘Psychotherapist that likes to write, give advice, and a life coach.”
In this post, Chereen discusses her background on how she became a Psychotherapist and what motivated her to pursue a career in Counselling; she also shares her experience with autistic children, and gives us advice and tips on what we can do to raise confident children.
You can find Chereen on her blog, http://www.dearchereen.tumblr.com, and on Instagram at http://www.instagram.com/dearchereen. Continue reading
Are you looking for a comfortable hijab to wear to a special occasion? I have to say, I’m a no fuss kind of gal, and grab my jersey hijabs when I’m in a rush! I love that, with jersey hijabs, there is comfort and most importantly the hijab stays put! Continue reading
It’s all about improving yourself so that you reach your fullest potential… Continue reading
I received a beautiful ombre lace effect hijab from Purple Silk, it’s one of the latest items from their 2015 collection. As soon as I put on this hijab, I knew it was going to be my go-to hijab for the spring/summer season! Continue reading
Love is…being the best version of yourself
They say life is short…but I say life is unpredictable. Yes, for some people life has been short, but for others life has been a long journey. The truth is, we don’t know how much time we have on this earth, we could leave this world today for all we know. Continue reading
Focusing on the good that encompasses you is so THERAPEUTIC. Ever since I started my ‘Love Is’ series, I have felt more positive and I’m more thankful for all the blessings that surround me. I no longer invest most of my energy towards the negativity in my life, instead I try to find what I love about my life and share it with you all! Continue reading
Love is…chubby cheeks, curly hair, and pink framed glasses! Continue reading
Love is…making time for what you love!
The number one question I get asked ALL THE TIME is, “how do you find the time to write?” Continue reading
Did you have a discussion with your children about the difference between freedom of speech and hate speech yet? We sure did! #WhoisMuhammad
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As a parent, I feel it is vital to build up your children’s self worth, for it is self worth that will allow children to prosper in life. Furthermore, children with a positive self worth are more likely to recognize when someone is threatening their true value as an individual. With that said, here are some tips on how you can build up your child’s self worth: Continue reading