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Misconcpetions on Mental Health in the Muslim Community: Myth 4 Praying will fix Mental Illness

Read part 3 Many people feel that praying regularly and consistently will make everything better. It is definitely recognised that praying can help and spirituality has an important role in the prevention and treatment of mental illness. Spirituality helps people understand their interpretation of the meaning of life and provides a sense of connection to … Continue reading Misconcpetions on Mental Health in the Muslim Community: Myth 4 Praying will fix Mental Illness

Resilient Me Anti-Racism Statement 07/2020

Resilience in Context Anti-Blackness in the UK Anti-Blackness in Muslim Communities In seeking to understand and support the mental health and wellbeing of young Muslims, we acknowledge that black Muslims make up an integral part of our community. We also acknowledge that anti-blackness is just as prevalent within Muslim institutions and cultures as in the … Continue reading Resilient Me Anti-Racism Statement 07/2020

Misconceptions on Mental Health in the Muslim Community: Myth 3 “Suicidal thoughts take you out of Islam”

Read Myth 2 And do not kill yourselves [or one another]. Indeed, Allah is to you ever Merciful[Quran 4:29] Suicide is something that is considered a sin in many religions, Islam included. In Islam thinking about committing an action is not the same as carrying out that action “Allah says to the angels: If my … Continue reading Misconceptions on Mental Health in the Muslim Community: Myth 3 “Suicidal thoughts take you out of Islam”