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Connecting with Our Kids

Apr 13, 2016 by

Our lives are busy at all stages of our children's lives, so getting past shoving food into their mouths, cleaning them up, and making sure they're doing well in school, it can be hard to find time to really connect with our children. However, studies indicate that finding opportunities to really get to know our children is vital to their healthy development. Check out this article from Sound Vision for more information on this topic.

7 WAYS TO CONNECT WITH YOUNG MUSLIMS IN 15 MINUTES OR LESS

By Samana Siddiqui

Feeling rushed is a part of everyday life for today’s parents in the United States. Among those with children under the age of 18, 40 percent of working mothers and 34 percent of working fathers say they always feel rushed.

As well, many parents wonder whether they are spending the right amount of time with their children. Overall, 33 percent of parents with children under age the age of 18 say they are not spending enough time with their children.

For American Muslims, the lack of time has effects not just on an individual or family basis, but for the entire community. This is especially true given the level of Islamophobia young Muslims face in school and other venues.

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