Living Happily Without Anxiety
“This excellent book, divided into 14 chapters, is written in such a way as to enable readers to pace themselves. It satisfactorily summarises the psychological knowledge regarding anxiety disorders and the theoretical models that explain them. The authors also compare and contrast conventional theories and views with the body of Islamic knowledge. This results in a succint summary and an admirable starting point for any readers eager to know more about the Islamic position on various mental health problems. Many books have become available over recent years with the aim of educating sufferers and their carers, and to support their endeavours for self-help. However, there has been a need for a book, like the present one, to address the questions and issues, which worry those practising Muslims already burdened by anxiety disorders. In this respect, the arrival of this book will be welcomed by a wide readership in the English speaking communities.” – Dr Hashim Reza, (Consultant Psychiatrist).
Imam Ali Foundation