Coaching Muslim Women
by Doctor Aiman
Meet Doctor Aiman
Asalam mu Alikum, it’s Aiman! I’m so happy that you are here.
I was born eldest daughter into a family of two (physically) present Muslim parents who were emotionally absent. My mom was a stay-at-home mom who suffered from anxiety, depression being in an abusive relationship and my dad was a schizophrenic and bi-polar. My parents had more than 12 years of the age gap and my mother was just 19 when they had me, and then they had four sons with two years gaps in between all kids. My childhood was very strict and the only discipline style my parents knew was abusive both verbally and physically. There was a lot of chaos and co-dependence.
This is where my anxiety began. It manifested as disordered eating and obsessive-compulsive “achievement” behavior.
Of course, this wasn’t seen as a negative. I excelled in both extracurricular and academics. I won awards. I was offered scholarships. I adapted and channeled my anxiety. A lot of people don’t understand that underneath achievement behaviors are a lot of pain and unhealthy conditioning.
In my 20’s when I graduated from med school, I got a clearer picture of more negative manifestations. I didn’t show up for myself, my spending was out of control, I did not understand how to set (or keep boundaries), and overall had placed no focus on my physical and spiritual health.
Ideally, our parents are two self-actualized people who allow their children to be seen and heard as the unique individual they are. The reality is that we live in a culture that does not teach conscious awareness, so most of us are born to unconscious parents.
Discovering reparenting was a game-changer for me.
Now, it was time for me to do the best I could with my own evolved level of awareness.
Part of reparenting is learning your own unique passions and interests. This is something I had to spend time connecting to. I had to relearn “me.”
Depending on my unique childhood experience, some of these were more difficult than others. For me, discipline was the most difficult part. My mind had tantrums. My childhood self rebelled. It was a process of grieving for my past self as well as self-compassion to allow me to view discipline in another way.
Years into the reparenting process I can say that I am truly a different person.
It’s brought me so much more confidence, empathy, and creative energy.
Life Coach for Muslim Women
I Want to Help You
Do you feel like you don’t know where to begin? Do you feel like you have all the knowledge yet you’re “stuck” in the same patterns? You’re not alone. If you’re willing to commit to your healing, you’re in the right place. I want to help you by teaching you to heal and create healthy boundaries through tools that enabled me to tackle the hardest problems in my life. These tools can help you take charge and feel confident in the parts of your life that need it:
- Emotional eating
- Self-acceptance issue
No matter the size of your problem, this alignment life coaching course is designed to help you change the thoughts that are holding you back, and get you in momentum towards what’s possible in the next stage of your life.
If you are ready to get serious in your life and really make some changes, if you are looking for a way to better manage your emotions so that they don’t get in the way, this is for you.
I will help you discover all of the possibilities for your future and we will start strategically planning how to build towards that. I will help you create alignment in your life.
Depending on your needs, we will get results in 4 months, 6 months, or 12 months. I will provide one-on-one guidance through the Kickstartology program using the Alignment Framework, and be there to support you.
If you want to find out how my coaching can help you get from where you are to where you want to be, book a free exploration call and I will go into detail about how we would work together, and what the coaching approach would entail.