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Our children are growing up in a hypersexualized and pornified world. It is a subject that most Muslim parents find difficult and awkward to discuss with their children.
I have over 20 years of teaching experience with youth and adolescents, working as a Further Education lecturer (including sexual health) in the UK, Educational Assistant with a public school board and Afterschool Program Manager for a Canadian Islamic non-profit organization delivering workshops to Muslim youth on Healthy Relationships.
After seeing the struggles our youth are facing and the under-involvement of parents around this, I authored a book "How to talk to your Muslim child about Sex" to support parents in building the confidence to have conversations around these sensitive issues. The book outlines how an Islamic foundation when talking to your children about sexual matters from preschool (proper vocabulary, boundaries) to adolescence can help shape a healthy Islamic identity and view of sexuality.
How to Talk to Your Muslim Child about Sex offers practical suggestions to address:· Building an Islamic understanding of sex and sexuality· The challenges of raising children in a digital age, building communication and connection with your children so they come to you for information, How and when to explain puberty, physical intimacy, dating and healthy relationships, consent, gender issues and pornography.
Services I Offer
I provide coaching to parents on dealing with conversations around sex, puberty, masturbation, dating, pornography, consent, healthy relationships with their children as well as how to set boundaries and deal with difficulties related to social media, screen time, gaming and pornography.
My Key Area Of Focus Is
- Sexual health education with an Islamic framework - conception, puberty, dating and relationships, consent, contraception, pornography
- Screen time management
You may follow me on Instagram @halal_birdsandbees.talk