Islam and Resilience: Nurturing Mental Health Through Faith In today's fast-paced world, where the challenges of life can often feel overwhelming, the concept of resilience has gained significant attention. Resilience is the ability to bounce back from adversity,...
Avoid Burnout in Ramadan Ramadan is considered the holiest month for Muslims, a time when they devote themselves to prayer and, of course, fasting. It’s also one of Islam’s Five Pillars, and those who are able to fast, should. As an integral part of this holy...
The Psychological Impact of Social Isolation and Tips on How to Make This Easier With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, more and more people are practicing social distancing and quarantining at home to protect themselves and others from the virulent virus. For those...
Improving self-esteem is basically improving how you view and value yourself. While some have a high self-esteem by nature, there are also some who need to work on further developing it. After all, the lack of self-esteem is often one of the reasons why we are afraid to try out new things, and it also affects our productivity.
We highly recommend reading our Self help Islam and Anxiety article first as this is a continuation.
Anxiety and depression are two mental conditions that are often taken lightly but can be quite serious. Although they are not life-threatening, they can actually ruin a person’s life if not dealt with the right away.
We all experience difficulties in our life’s and as Muslims we should know that this is a test from Allah. In fact that this is something Muslims firmly believe in, that going through difficult times is inevitable.