I know exactly how you are feeling. People will tell you, to have sabr and trust in Allah’s plan. People will expect you to behave in a certain way. I have written this loss of a child book for you and for me. We are mothers who have lost a piece of our heart. No one else can understand what we are going through.
There are many self-help books for women and child loss stories, however, very few are written from an Islamic perspective. I am here to tell you that there is hope, there is a way to find peace and solace, and that way is through the healing words of Allah and the comforting words of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (saw). Inshallah, both the Quran and Sunnah are a balm that will soothe your heart. Together they have helped me carry on when I thought my sorrow would consume me. Inshallah, my sincere dua is that this book provides you with comfort.
Love and Duas Farhat Amin
Losing a baby or child, whether through miscarriage or illness, leaves so many parents lost in grief and full of unanswered questions. Farhat Amin personally experienced a miscarriage and faced the loss of her teenage son. She has written this self-help book, which thoughtfully describes her experiences and how she found a way to live and learn from her bereavement.
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Farhat Amin is a mompreneur and English teacher. In 2008 she merged her respective expertise in teaching & parenting, to launch The Muslim Sticker Company: an online store for creatively designed Muslim parenting resources.
As a Muslim parent, she believes that if we nurture a deep love for Islam in our kids from a young age then (inshallah) they can blossom into happy confident Muslims. Her aim is to create well thought-out, Islamic books for children to help you nurture an Islamic atmosphere in your home.
In 2010, she began writing multicultural activity books for Muslim children, including My A-Z Sticker Book of Islam. To date, she has self-published 6 activity books for children, including the bestselling, My Daily Dua Sticker Activity Book.
As a Muslim writer, Farhat enjoys writing about issues faced by Muslim women. Her work has been featured on Islam Channel, Sisters Magazine, The Productive Muslim Company, and The Muslim Vibe.
Her most recent ebooks include:
Belief in Allah: reasons why you should believe in God
The Quran, the miracle given to Prophet Muhammad (saw)
In addition to writing Muslim children’s books, she enjoys writing sample English Literature Essays for GCSE’s students.
Her next book: Child Loss, Miscarriage & Bereavement; a Muslim mother’s perspective will be available in January 2019