Monthly Archives: April 2016

Naiya in Nature – A Kid Yoga Book Review

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
? Author: Shazia Latif Illustrator : Palalee Puru Publisher : Prolance What to expect: A Relaxed Mind, Serenity, and Inner Peace Summary:  When Naiya wakes up to her busy, loud surroundings, she decides to…

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Why Arguments Don’t Necessarily Mean Doom For Your Relationship

Bismillah, They say that a relationship with no arguments is one with a LOT of secrets. It’s true to some extent. Arguments aren’t always a sign of doom for our marriages because sometimes they act like the therapy needed to … Continue reading

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SISTERS Reads: As One Door Closes

Written by Sahar Abdulaziz. Reviewed by Papatia Feauxzar. Published by Booktrope Publishers   As One Door Closes author Sahar Abdulaziz is a resident of Pennsylvania, with degrees in psychology, and  health and wellness. Abdulaziz also holds a certification in community … Continue reading

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The Written Stuff vs.The Not Written Stuff: Sex Education From An Islamic Perspective Part II

Originally posted on The Human Lens:
Part II, Written By Papatia Feauxzar of The Between Sisters, SVP Our prophet sallallahu aleihi wassalam said, “The person to whom Allah gives a child must give him a nice name, must raise the child…

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The Written Stuff vs.The Not Written Stuff: Sex Education From An Islamic Perspective Part I

Originally posted on The Human Lens:
Part I, Written by By Saadia Haq of The Human Lens This time in our collaboration we are discussing the unspeakable at length – yes the most tabooed subject among present day Muslim communities;…

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The Day She Kissed Her Husband

Originally posted on Haven of Stories:
At five minutes past five when Kunle opened the glass door at the lobby and allowed Michelle to exit the building before following, he had no idea the evening would end drastically different from…

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