Have you heard of ‘the emotional bank account’? Najma Juneja reveals how it can help to increase the love and trust between children and parents in the first part of her reflections from Sūrah Yūsuf.
Muslim families are slowly being revived, and the ones who are leading them are not who you think they are.
Staying silent in the face of clear injustice allows oppression to continue upon the land. Eventually, this will harm the rest of us…
Rеѕеаrсh ѕuggеѕtѕ that boredom іѕ a good thing аѕ іt еnсоurаgеѕ children tо соmе uр wіth ѕоlutіоnѕ.
“Turning forty is a special transition for me”, writes Ruzi Khatun. Here is some advice she wished she received in her twenties…
By now, most parents know about the dangers of heavy tech use for children. For Muslim parents, we must also consider how the hyperstimulation and instant gratification of digital tech may be seriously damaging our children’s spiritual growth.
We have a responsibility to stand up to protect the right to raise and nurture our children in line with our values. If we do not stand up to the intrusion of the Government in our lives, successive governments will continue to usurp our rights, writes Yusuf Patel.
This week’s Unscripted podcast is in the theme of the national campaign, #InTheirShoes.
As the dust settles on the retirement of the most dominant athlete to ever set foot into the mixed martial arts arena, we look back at the career of the impregnable Khabib Nurmagomedov and analyse the key ingredients to his success.
Imam Ajmal Masroor joins Salman in today’s podcast