Asqarini is a dreamer, poet, and writer. In this episode, she shares her story of how she got bipolar and recovered from it. She also shares lessons she learned about the stigma around mental health in the Muslim community. Asqarini was born in Jakarta, Indonesia and has published many articles, short stories and poetry.
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Alhumdulillah, I'm excited to announce that Mentally Fit Muslims is now a registered charity! This means MFM can help you in your own personal struggles with mental health and future generations. We are so grateful for all your support through tuning in every month to listen to our podcast episodes.
We are now eligible to receive grants and donations from individuals all across the world who want nothing more than better lives when it comes to healing themselves. It's only through coming together as one can we raise awareness and stamp out stigma related to mental health and mental illness.
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Your help! Your contribution will inshaAllah ensure that we can continue to bring fresh content about mental wellness and advocate for those suffering in silence. Your support goes a long way because it helps us sustain this podcast by hiring staff and investing in better equipment to produce quality and well-researched content.
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Do you have a mental health challenge? You're not alone. Millions of Muslims around the world suffer from mental illness, and many don't know where to turn for help. Mentally Fit Muslims are here to change that by providing spiritual support and guidance on how to live with your condition. It offers an alternative perspective on what it means to be mentally ill in Islam, one that's empowering instead of stigmatizing.
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