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Best Muslimcounselling podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
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Updated May 2020
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In this final Ramadan related episode we discuss the Rahma (Mercy) of Allah and how we can implement it in ourselves and show it to others.
The ladies expand on what patience means to them and how patience is an essential concept used in times of loss, bereavement and difficulty. An appreciation to times of hardship is also discussed in the limelight of patience.
This episode centers around the concept of gratitude. The trio Bardha, Badriya and Salma discuss how gratitude can be a tool to aid one to combat negative feelings and thoughts and some insight into how they themselves foster gratitude and grow gratitude.
Ayesha Aslam from Sakoon Counselling talks Real Housewives during COVID19 with an Optometrist, Paediatrician and Head of Sales and MarketingBy Ayesha Aslam
This episode featuring Bardha, Badriya and Salma focuses on the onset of Ramadan and the difficulties and anxieties we may go through as we enter the holy month amidst the Pandemic crisis we are facing. Especially for those suffering with a mental illness such as depression, and eating disorders. We discuss the challenges and methods of coping.…
We discuss how the new pandemic has been affecting us and the people around us. We apologise for the somewhat poorer quality in today's episode, due to the social distancing compliance, we recorded this episode online via Zoom.
We discuss the lack of and need for self-love, especially in today's world of social media.
In light of World Hijab Day, as hijab observers - Badriya, Salma and Bardha - each with different hijab journeys, we decided to discuss the highs and lows of trying to observe hijab in today's world, particularly going deeper into the struggles. #WHD
Talks on how effective communication can better our relationships and hopefully improve our mental health.By Sakoon Islamic counselling
Today we are talking about perfectionism. Do we need to be perfect and what does Islam have to say.By Sakoon Counselling
A brief introduction and what's to come.