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An inspiring and uplifting story of a woman struggling to communicate her needs to her husband and how she overcomes it using Muslima Coaching's wife tactics.

A mother of two children and a doctor by profession, Sarah is struggling in her marriage. Travel with her in her journey to understand how to communicate her needs to her husband and witness her change her marriage with the advice of someone that she would least expect to give it to her. Sarah's story is relatable, heart-warming, and a must read for every Muslim wife. The coach's personal analysis of the lessons learnt is included too.

"I am absolutely blown away by this e-novel. MashaAllah. It really is an amazing body of work. It's insightful, comprehensive, practical, inspirational and spiritual. I don't know how else to describe it other than a treasure chest full of precious gems of wisdom. It's the perfect balance between traditional and modern advice, and gracefully and tactfully addresses the fears of many women that being a good Muslim wife means being a silent and submissive doormat. The advice is very clear and direct, and it doesn't shy away from its very clear Islamic tone while remaining refreshingly honest and modern. This work is so beautifully written and seamless that it's very pleasurable to read." –MARRIED FOR 8 YEARS

"I'm reading your book all in one day. And I keep crying. And crying. And crying. I could just totally relate to all of Sarah's feelings and fears and mistakes and how hard it feels to change. The story is intimate." –MARRIED FOR 20 YEARS

"This story was amazing and I really loved it. The novel format makes it stand out from other marriage books, because the narrative style helps the reader to understand how to implement the story better than the traditional "advice books". Again, jazakumAllah for your work!" –MARRIED FOR MORE THAN SIX MONTHS

GÉNERO
Ficción y literatura
PUBLICADO
2019
17 mayo
IDIOMA
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
63
Páginas
EDITORIAL
Muslima Coaching
TAMAÑO
241.2
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