Monthly Archives: July 2021

Our inspirational Muslim Rep Ayan re- emerges with part 2 of her story after a very challenging year

Since we started discussions as the publishing team for our next publication: Muslims Emerging Proud through Mental Distress before COVID-19 hit, all of us have experienced big life transitions and it therefore made sense to share some of these shifts … Continue reading

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Sophia is back out of a dark tunnel and journeying onwards to share part 2 of her story for the Muslim’s Emerging Proud Pocket Book of Hope

You may remember our Muslim Pocket Book team member Sophia who shared her inspiring story of emergence last year. So much has happened since we started this publication process and both Sophia and our Rep Ayan decided that they’d like … Continue reading

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Waheedah has transformed the pain of her loss into a philosophical reflection on the journey of life

Sometimes it can be the most devastating circumstances that create the deepest bonds. Waheedah’s experience of losing one of her most loved family members twice almost broke her, but she’s back on the train of life and enjoying witnessing the … Continue reading

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Imran’s emotional struggles date back a thousand years, and yet his voice is a current leading light for the Muslim male community

Our first brave Muslim man to emerge proud for the next pocket book of hope and transformation, Imran, particularly knows how Muslim men are expected to provide and ‘be strong’ for their families and culture. And yet he also knows … Continue reading

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Ruphsana emerges proudly for the revival of our Muslim Pocket Book of Hope with her ‘Sisters Story’ about how she turned her life around through reframing her experiences

“Never underestimate the power of a woman, the love of a mother for her baby or the ability of a woman who has suffered to support other women” Diane Flores My Lived Experience with OCD, bulimia, anxiety and postnatal depression, … Continue reading

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