Self-Help Books by Muslim Women

How to Turn Anger into Love

Reshmi M. Siddique

Reshmi M. Siddique teaches how anger can be used as a pathway to find love, health, and success in life. This book shows how anger can be transformed into a healing force for self-esteem, authentic power, and spiritual fulfillment.

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Jihad of the Soul:
Singlehood and the Search for Love in Muslim America

by Zarinah El-Amin Naeem

Muslims want to get married. Unfortunately, many find the road to marriage filled with unnecessary delays, social stigma and spiritual pain. But why? And how do young single American Muslims balance their faith with western culture?

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The Faith Connection:
Your Journey Starts with Knowing Yourself

by Tasneem Farah Noor

Your Journey starts with knowing yourself. The Faith Connection is all about identifying what faith means to you, what you have faith IN, and what becomes possible with even greater faith.

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Aim Vertically Not Horizontally

by Shamim MD Sadiq

Life is not an endless road, but a beautiful ride with so many beautiful things surrounding it... In life, people go through several phases with each phase leading to a more enlightened view on life. But what most have been doing is aiming horizontally, which bounces back to you and prevents you from moving forward with your life. Aim Vertically Not Horizontally and become the person you want to be...

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37 Lessons on How to Gain from Loss:
A Believer’s Journey from Trial to Triumph

by Huma Zuellah Ahmed

God created trials, so He could test you with your truth. You are born free, but you must learn to be suffering-free. 37 Lessons on How to Gain from Loss is the author’s own story of remembering, realizing and reaffirming this basic human truth.

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Keep Your Muslim Man Monogamous:
A Muslim Girl's Guide To Avoiding Polygamy

by Khadijah Rashid

Two years into my marriage, Rashid received the shock of her life. She discovered that her husband and the father to her newborn son, had cheated.The next two years would be spent repairing the damage that had been done. But most importantly, to get to the root of where their relationship had gone wrong.

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Your Incredible Mind:
How to Reprogram Your Subconscious Mind to Live Your Best Life At Any Age

by Zarinah El-Amin Majied

A quick read, this short yet mind-opening book is sure to inspire you to overcome your fears, step out on faith, and begin to do things you thought were never possible–at any age and any stage of life.

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