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
As soon as I saw my package from Hijabila in the mail, I instantly fell in love! I mean, how could I not with this super cute packaging! Continue reading
As a Canadian born Muslim mother, I inform my daughter that she should embrace her Canadian nationality, and she does. Furthermore, I teach my daughter to celebrate the diversity that exists within our multicultural country and to appreciate the beauty of individuality that exists amongst Canadians, and she does. 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
In spirit of World Hijab Day, I put together this slide show of my daughter in her hijab. Alhumdulillah, I don’t force my daughter to wear the hijab, she sincerely loves it Masha’Allah! She wears the hijab mostly for prayer and to school, and has one in almost every colour! 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
Love is…having your sibling as your best friend
These two. One second they’re fighting over a toy, and the next second he’s her ‘sweety.’ Continue reading
How often do we catch ourselves being overwhelmed by life? I mean, so overwhelmed that we forget the purpose of why we are living? And what is the purpose of living, you ask: to worship Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala), to follow the Sunnah of our Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu Alayhi Wa Sallam), and to pass this life’s test so that we can reach Jannah with our families Insha’Allah!
If we have time for social media, social gatherings, and socializing, then why don’t we make time for Islam? No really, why don’t we? Now, I know it’s hard- especially if you are a parent. But, you know what? It’s not impossible to teach Islam within your household on a daily basis…all it takes is 10 minutes each day! 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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Love is…listening to your children talk about Jannah
Yesterday, my children and I had a beautiful discussion about Jannah. We talked about how our good deeds in this world will help us to get into Jannah, Insha’Allah. I then asked each child what they would like to have in Jannah, and here’s what they said: Continue reading