I am a qualified Ethnopsychology Practitioner, Certified Hypnotherapist, NLP- & Meta-States Coach Practitioner & Life- & Business Coach & a PET & BYB International Facilitator. I am a revert to Islam since 1992 and deal with a cosmopolitan of people in my professional and private life.
I have been in private practice since 2001 and specialize in counselling, hypnotherapy, family therapy, life coaching & relationship skills training for couples and families, in particular. I have recently expanded by services into corporate in order to reach more people and attain more goals.
In my book on polygamy, based on my experience in counselling, therapy & coaching, I unpack the spiritual, emotional and psychological conditioning, trauma & damage experienced by everyone involved, especially the 1st/ existing wife & children, when polygamy is practised forcefully/ under duress. It explains the weakening of the family unit, causing many children to exit the family relationship, negatively effecting society as a whole.
It includes extensive research from the Quran and the Sunnah/ Traditions of the Prophet Muhammad (P) as a practice DISCOURAGED by Allah (SWT)/ The Almighty Creator. It does not negate the right of men to practice polygamy, it does however emphasize the condition of justice that has to be met before it can be engaged in and the right of women to be in a monogamous marriage.
It highlights human rights to truth, justice & Souls equality towards building a life of inner and outer peace for the good of all and for the safety of all our children and future generations.
For, quote - Verily women are the twin halves of men - Pr. Muhammad (P).
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Polygamy Indiscreetly Adjudicated & Practised
by Aadila Amod
“Brilliant! Sister Aadila Amod has taken a subject loaded with potential for misinterpretation and clearly set the facts straight. A thoroughly researched book with great potential for the good of all. Finally, some clarity on the subject of polygamy in Islam.
A must read.”
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