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Public Relations Professional, Interfaith Dialogue & Mental Health Advocate
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Being a communications professional, a lot of the work is integrated with writing and utilizing technology. Movement isn’t part of our “work routine” as it’s mostly in front of a computer screen. It made me wonder, as the increase of work from home continues during this pandemic, how can we…


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After getting into some serious discovery into my identity in parts 1 & 2, it’s time to tell you about returning back to home and how it has impacted my community…


My made me think about my relationship with imposter syndrome. It’s common among self-employed professionals and entrepreneurs.

is, “a psychological term referring to a pattern of behaviour where people doubt their accomplishments [.]”

Often it’s easier to compare ourselves to our peers and I didn’t…


On my way to Morocco, I wasn’t sure what exactly to expect. I was definitely excited and nervous. A few thoughts that came to mind were: Would I be judged for being “different”? What is society like? Do…


When it comes to self-identifying as an Arab Jew, not many people can relate. Living in Toronto, Canada I felt quite isolated because I never fit in with the Jewish community I grew up in. I always felt connected with my Arab Muslim friends more. I got confused about this…


In a few of my previous blog posts, I’ve discussed my healing journey through some simple techniques and tools including s, , and .

However, if you’re looking for an alternative healing method, I would suggest reiki. I tried reiki with my practitioner for the…


If someone told me 3 years ago that what you repeatedly wish for, shows up in your life, I would have thought they were trying to convince me that I was doing something wrong with my life. Wish and you shall receive? Don’t you need to work hard and believe…


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Growing up I could never relate to my peers who didn’t come from a broken family. Whether that may be one parent supporting them or parents of divorce. …


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With the recent terrorist attacks on both the Muslim and Jewish communities, it sparked my feelings about identity and what it means to be a Moroccan Jew in 2019. Being Jewish outside of Morocco, I’ve always felt my connection to my Arab roots, Moroccan Jewish traditions, and Middle Eastern friends…


Everyone’s trauma looks different and the healing process is just as unique. One of the main issues I faced during my healing process was clouded intuition. …

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