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Hannah Morris is a mum of 4 and she currently works as Counsellor and Instructor of BSc. Psychology at the Islamic Online University (IOU). She obtained her MA degree in Psychology and has over 10 years of experience working in health and social care settings in the UK, USA, and Ireland. Check out her personal Facebook page, ActiveMindCare, that promotes psychological well-being in the Ummah. (www.facebook.com/activemindcare)

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Prayer Movements Reduce Back Pain

Prayer Movements Reduce Back Pain

Muslims are obligated to pray five times a day, giving them the chance to temporarily disconnect from this world to reconnect with their creator. And when you have completed the prayer, remember Allah standing, sitting, or [lying] on your sides. But when you become secure, re-establish [regular] prayer. Indeed, prayer has been decreed upon the …

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Muslims

Muslims in the West: Between Stereotyping and Social Acceptance

Race…religion….skin color…ethnic origin…disability…gender…age…body shape…marital status…family makeup…career choice…favorite food…etc…The list goes on…we are all different! Despite this, so much animosity exists in the world today as a result of these so called differences so it’s important that we learn how to appropriately cope with them to avoid falling into psychological distress as a result. Embracing difference …

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Kids who play outdoors become eco-friendly adults

Kids who play outdoors become eco-friendly adults

Protecting the environment can be as easy as telling your kids to play outdoors, according to a new study conducted by the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Canada,. “Our findings imply that providing positive childhood experiences in nature, such as outdoor school programs, may help to develop care for the environment in adults,” Catherine …

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islamophobia

How to Respond Appropriately to Islamophobia?

Building on what was addressed the last time in terms of acceptance of differences as a means to increase dialogue and overcome boundaries in integration, this article will focus specifically on dealing directly with Islamophobia and strategies we can use to cope with this. Discrimination, namely Islamophobia in this case, can been exhibited in many …

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Down syndrome

Down Syndrome – Facts & Misconceptions

Attitudes towards disability can have a profound effect on the psychological well-being of those affected by disability, whether it be directly or indirectly. One way forward in addressing such attitudes towards disability lies within education. We have the responsibility to educate ourselves on disability from both an Islamic, as well as psychological perspective in order …

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