Muslim Teenagers Coping

Muslim Teenagers Coping-0

Darussalam Islamic Bookshop Australia

$16.00 
SKU: 768

Being a teenager is not an easy business.You’re told you are “too young” to do half the things you want to do; your mother is always asking you to tidy your room: your father is always reminding you to pray; your younger sister is annoying you when all you want is some PEACE AND QUIET … You are not sure if it’s everyone else that is going mad or you. Luckily, Ruqaiyyah Waris Maqsood in on hand.

Being a teenager is not an easy business.You're told you are "too young" to do half the things you want to do; your mother is always asking you to tidy your room: your father is always reminding you to pray; your younger sister is annoying you when all you want is some PEACE AND QUIET ... You are not sure if it's everyone else that is going mad or you. Luckily, Ruqaiyyah Waris Maqsood in on hand. Having a wealth of experience as a teacher and an 'agony aunt', she understands the minefields that are the teenage years. This book is a light-hearted, humorous, but above all, sympathetic pointer to coping with teenage life as a Muslim. This good-humoured book for young Muslims takes a down-to-earth look at the physical and emotional changes experienced by teenagers during the search for their true identity as they make the journey from childhood to adulthood, providing practical experience, in the light of the Qur’an and Sunnah, for a smooth transition into the adult world. Advice:- * for the Muslim teenager who longs to be like everyone else in the group and feels left out; * for the Muslim teenager who is being tempted into non-Muslim ways – getting drunk, smoking, sexual activity etc.; * for the Muslim teenager who is so committed to serving God that he/she is in danger of becoming a ‘pain in the neck’