How To Guide Children’s Behavior (From an Islamic Perspective) – A Review

Jameela Ho

I received three free PDFs to review from Author Jameela Ho for my honest opinion. And the verdict is that this collection is a compelling parenting guide. Because I’m also a Love and Relationship Adviser, I think the methods laid out by sister Jameela Ho can also be applied to our marriages insha’Allah.

I started my review backward. By that, I mean I started reading the workbook first. Then, I read the Muslim Parenting Journal. And finally, I read the actual book. Normally, people read these the other way around. It doesn’t matter to me. What matters is that this method worked for me and I was able to get the benefits of the knowledge she passed down to me alhamdullilah.

So the Workbook is about 27 pages and it will give you many tips before you resort to corporal punishment if must go there as a parent.

The Journal  is about 42 pages. It includes plenty of space for you to write down the way you will implement your parenting skills after it gives you hadiths sherif, quotes or proverbs for each of the 19 strategies of better parenting. This is also a great writing prompt for parents to reflect on past and future actions.

Below is the summary of the 19 techniques for better parenting.

How to guide Children's Behaviour Summary

Finally, the actual book ‘How To Guide Children’s Behavior (From an Islamic Perspective)’ of about 37 pages goes deeper and coaches us on how to act and say things to our children. It makes us realize that it’s not what we say that have an impact on our children. It’s how and the way we say it. 

I definitely recommend it to any parent who needs a fresh start with challenging  children.

Thank you for reading,

Papatia Feauxzar

 

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41 comments

  1. Papatia · February 12, 2016

    Reblogged this on Between Sisters, SVP! and commented:

    A good parenting Guide.

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  3. JameelaHo · February 12, 2016

    Jazakillah khayran for reviewing my ebooks! I love the way you summed it up “it’s not what we say that have an impact on our children. It’s how and the way we say it.” That hits the nail on the head 🙂

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    • Papatia · February 12, 2016

      Masha’Allah awesome :), xx. And Wa iyyaki, anytime.

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  4. Saima Masood · February 15, 2016

    MashaAllah nice tips sister, but it takes a lot of patience and effort on part of parents, as sometimes we all know and have read these tips but still find it difficult to implement, as we are having a lot of stress in our daily lives as well as sometimes we don’t have that good understanding with our spouse to implement certain rules that we find suitable for the betterment of our child.

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    • Papatia · February 15, 2016

      Yea, parenting is not easy at all. It takes a toll on relationships. Ultimately, Allah is the best of saviors as we call upon His names during these challenging times insha’Allah.

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  5. Shumaysa · February 15, 2016

    Nice tips to keep in mind. Presence of mind is a must shen dealing with negative behaviour and patience…a lot of it!

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    • Papatia · February 15, 2016

      Right. It can also be a great tip for marital relationships as well 😉 mA.

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  6. Ashfa Salam · February 15, 2016

    Very good tips sister! This will definitely get useful to me, some day in sha Allah 🙂

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  7. rubysiddiq · February 15, 2016

    This is a wonderful guide, thank you for sharing. Will def come in handy with my 1 year old.

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    • Papatia · February 15, 2016

      Awesome! 🙂 I have a 17 months old alhamdullilah mA. May Allah bless our children, amiin!

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  8. saimawrites · February 16, 2016

    Being a parent, i am always in search of practical parenting tips that can polish my thoughts and skills. This gives very pragmatic approach to parenting and handling fussy kids. Thanks for ur review.

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  9. naila · February 16, 2016

    Very informative tips. I’m sharing them with my sister for my nephew 🙂

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    • Papatia · February 16, 2016

      Thank you so much! 🙂 Jzk ukhty!

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  10. Nakida · February 17, 2016

    Very informative guide. It’ll be nice if i can put it into practice at all times in shaa Allah.

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  11. Kai | Lilpink · February 17, 2016

    I’ll come back to this when I start a family. 🙂

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  12. kenz · February 17, 2016

    Thank you for introducing us to these works. Insha Allah may be sometime in future I will get these…

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    • Papatia · February 17, 2016

      You’re welcome. It’s very affordable too $5.99 🙂 masha’Allah. Please do. I think it would be a very good investment insha’Allah, xx.

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  13. ameenaq22 · February 18, 2016

    Having three children, this looks like something I might need to read. I like the workbook idea because it engages that parents and makes them responsible for their actions.

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  14. rukukazia · February 18, 2016

    I remember reading about this in Jameela’s post mA! Looks like a fabulous resource, something that all parents could all benefit from. Jzk for the wonderful review.

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  15. Umme Hafsa · February 19, 2016

    The infographic is great MashaAllah! Very informative 🙂 I totally agree with you on that it’s the way we deliver that’s key not just the ‘what’ we’re delivering.

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  16. Muslim Mummy · February 20, 2016

    Looks like a brilliant resource for parents to have.

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  17. Amina Edota · February 20, 2016

    Short and sweet review. Thank you for sharing.

    I like the fact that the concepts are applicable in other important relationships too. Looks like an awesome resource for every Muslim home.

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    • Papatia · February 20, 2016

      Thank you! 🙂 xx. It’s definitely applicable to other relationships.

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  18. Zainab Dokrat · February 23, 2016

    I’m studying child psychology, and this post really helped. I would love to bring Islam into helping children, it’s also a way of life. Beautiful read, even booked marked it for future assignment purposes 🙂

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    • Papatia · February 23, 2016

      Masha’Allah, that’s awesome :). All the best to you and write a book to share your knowledge with us too one day iA, xx!

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      • Zainab Dokrat · February 25, 2016

        Insa-Allah in due time, just a beginner, have a lot more to learn but one-day I would love to do that.

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      • Papatia · February 25, 2016

        🙂 iA.

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  19. myda tahir · February 23, 2016

    JazakAllah for such an honest opinion, i will definitely give them a read.

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  20. Fatima · February 23, 2016

    Thanks for sharing it. I was actually looking for something like this. Can you please upload a clearer version of the summary of the 19 techniques for better parenting. Unfortunately, I am unable to read it. It gets blurred when I zoom it. Many thanks.

    Fatima | http://www.blogsbyfa.com

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    • Papatia · February 23, 2016

      Yea, for the 19 techniques I couldn’t find a better pic. Maybe follow and contact the author iA :), xx.

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  21. Umm Summayah · March 3, 2016

    Thank you for sharing will have to check the full thing out, I definitely need some help in this department.

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