A Guide to Parenting in Islam Addressing Adolescence By Dr. Muhammad Abdul Bari
Author: Dr. Muhammad Abdul Bari
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
About This Book:
Dr. Muhammad Abdul Bari's "A Guide to Parenting in Islam: Addressing Adolescence" is a scholarly and comprehensive booklet that provides vital help to parents navigating the challenges and opportunities of raising teenagers within an Islamic framework. Dr. Bari, a well-regarded Islamic scholar, draws on his wealth of knowledge to offer practical counsel, spiritual insights, and ethical issues for parents looking to establish a loving atmosphere during the critical stage of adolescence.
Understanding the Adolescent Journey:
The book begins by digging into the distinctive features of adolescence, blending psychological insights with Islamic teachings. Dr. Bari delves into the physical, emotional, and cognitive changes that occur during this transforming time of life, providing parents with a better understanding of their adolescent children's experiences.
Islamic Concepts in Parenting:
Integrating Islamic concepts into the parenting experience is central to Dr. Bari's book. The author guides the reader through Quranic texts and Hadiths, laying the groundwork for ethical parenting techniques during adolescence. Dr. Bari offers parents with the tools they need to develop Islamic principles and qualities in their children during this important era by highlighting the significance of compassion, communication, and continuous moral guidance.
Navigating Challenges with Faith:
Adolescence frequently presents new issues for both parents and teenagers. Through an Islamic lens, Dr. Muhammad Abdul Bari discusses typical themes such as peer pressure, identity development, and the impact of technology. The book offers practical solutions and spiritual insights to assist parents in guiding their teens with love, patience, and a firm commitment to Islamic beliefs.