Muslimah Mind Matters

 

Feature articles in AMUST (Australasian Muslim Times)

Manage Anxiety with Faith 

Unlearn Your Fears

Respecting Psychological Personal Space

Depression is Real

True Forgiveness

Learning to Trust Again

Live from Abundance

Angry No More

Practise Understanding…Give Up the Need to be Right All the Time

Harmony in Marriage During Covid-19 Isolation

The Healing Experience of Decluttering

How to Overcome Jealousy

Are You Living Life by Design or Default?

What is Your Pattern?

Emotional Blackmail

Finding Good in Every Situation

Cultivate Joy in Your Marriage

Surviving Separation

Faith Over Fear – A Guided Duaa Meditation

Forgiveness – A Guided Duaa Meditation

Shukr (Gratitude) – A Guided Duaa Meditation

Mental Nourishment

Respect and Understand Children

How to Overcome Insecurity

Replacing Regret With Gratitude

Silence…the First Step Towards Awareness

Self-Care is NOT Selfish

Raising Daughters

How to Love Yourself Unconditionally

Your Brain has a Mind of its Own

The Dangers of Personalising Everything

Happiness and Joy…What’s the Difference?

What You Feed Your Mind Determines What You Feed Your Body

Preaching Versus Practice

Qurbaan…The Sacrifice

Your Child is NOT You…Parent Your Inner Child Before You Parent Your Child

Assumption Versus Clarification

Maintain Positive Relationships

How I Conquered My Emotional Eating Triggers With Heart, Not Will Power

Pre-Ramadan Detox

 

 

 

Muslimah Mind Matters

No matter where in the world she is or what language she speaks, every Muslimah’s mind matters.

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I started Muslimah Mind Matters to encourage Muslimahs across the world to practise self-care strategies to let go off negative thought and behaviour patterns.
I have had a childhood which was embroiled in sexual abuse, alcohol and domestic violence and terrible acts of immorality by those I trusted. Later, my first marriage was also revolving around these same patterns of abuse and violence.
In 2010 when I was diagnosed with a brain tumour I began to question my purpose and why all these things were happening to me. In 2011 I finally had the courage to leave my violent marriage and start a new life in Brisbane, Australia, with my daughter.
With $2 in my account, a tumour the size of a golf ball in my brain, no support from my own kin, no home of our own in Brisbane for 2 months and a daughter aged 8, the only thing left for me to do was completely surrender and ask my creator to show me the light…give me an answer…
Alhumdolillah…a voice in my head said…It is time to become a Muslim…on 24th Feb 2012 my daughter and I embraced Islam. Immediately, I was disowned by my kin.
Life continued…there were countless struggles as a new Muslimah.
Alhumdolillah… I realised very early on that our minds have unlimited potential and we need only and only to rely on Almighty Allah for ways to become better in all areas of wellbeing.
I came from a terrible environment and I believe Allah blessed me with the attitude of an eternal optimist. I choose only gratitude and positive thoughts.
I also coach Muslimahs on how to become aware of negativity…because with self-awareness comes transformation. There was a time when I was an alcohol abuser, a smoker, used foul language, displayed aggression and violence, and suffered from depression and suicidal tendencies. If I can overcome such tragic behaviours, anyone can.