Being a parent is a responsibility that you will be accountable for. Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) said, "Surely! Everyone of you is a guardian and is responsible for his charges: The Imam (ruler) of the people is a guardian and is responsible for his subjects; a man is the guardian of his family (household) and is responsible for his subjects; a woman is the guardian of her husband's home and of his children and is responsible for them; and the slave of a man is a guardian of his master's property and is responsible for it. Surely, everyone of you is a guardian and responsible for his charges." (Al-Bukhari)
To be able to do your best as a parent, you need to put the 5 qualities of a Muslim parent into action. These are:
But where to start? Here's where The 5 Qualities of a Muslim Parent course comes in.
It will take you through these 5 qualities. You will get down deep and get personal. It's where I share my own personal story and struggles to show you by example on how to apply these 5 qualities. There is also a secret Facebook group where I will be there to give you the extra support that you may need. By the end of the course you will have put into action these 5 qualities, in shaa Allah.
When you join the course, you have access to the journal and checklist to download. These will help you make the journey to reaching the Muslim parenting qualities easier.
What you get:
13 practical lessons that cover the 5 qualities of a Muslim parent.
Printable journal to record your thoughts, answers and reflections.
On completions, you will get the checklist of what the actions to take so you can check them off everyday.
As a special bonus, at the end of the program, I will give you my Guiding Children bundle AND my mini ebook on How to Improve Your Relationship with Your Child (there are exercises in here to help you do so) free to further help you in your parenting journey.
Members are seeing immediate breakthroughs. Here's what they have to say:
Alhumdulillah I'm so glad I signed up for this course. I've learnt to look into myself as to why I do what I do! We take our children for granted and are so miserly with hugs and kisses and appreciation. JazakAllahukarin sister for giving practical advise. I am taking away a lot from just these 14 days...but the thing that will inshaAllah always remain with me is The 3 Simple Steps of guidance! BarakAllhahuFeek
This course had been a reminder that my final report is with Allah and it is Him that we need to be mindful of in all our actions. I had been extra conscious of what I had been doing/saying to my children. This elevated the level of love and warmth in my home. Now I hug and kiss my children more and in return I see them being more at ease. They seem better at expressing love and are learning to withhold anger during fights. I am glad that I got to be part of this at this early stage of parenting when it is very easy to connect with children and to mend my behaviour.
Haya, mother of 2
A hundred pregnancy forums & parenting boards didn’t teach me what the 5 Qualities of A Muslim Parent course by Jameela Ho did. In the last two weeks, having a handbook that taught me how to deal with these in a wise manner, in the light of the Sunnah was exactly what I needed, for optimum parenting AND the satisfaction of having no doubts over our parenting techniques or actions. With Jameela’s guides and infographics, I was able to map my anger and channel my thoughts better, and I was able to test other ways to handle such situations.
Haifa, mother of 2
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About the instructor
Jameela Ho is a mother of two children and a teacher of young children. She holds a Master of Education and is an experienced teacher. She helps parents and teachers with their children’s learning on her education blog www.ilmaeducation.com You will find many free printables, lessons, teaching ideas and educational theory based on research there.
Jameela also helps parents to form close relationships with their children on her parenting blog www.jameelaho.com . If you want to nurture your relationship with your child then visit this blog and keep a lookout for her parenting books and workshops there as well.