بعدما توفت والدتي, كنت غارقة في حزني الشخصي وفي حزن والدي وأخوتي, وبسبب كون وفاتها بعد رحلة معاناة طويلة مع المرض فلم يكن لي الكثير من المجال لأفكر خارج دائرة الألم والإرهاق. لا اعرف لليوم من الذي فاتح أبنائي بأمر وفاتها, ولا أذكر تلك الفترة وأنا معهم, فطقوس العزاء عندنا تغرقك بين المعزين الذين يدخلون… Continue reading الطفل والفقدان
As I find my way between my career and parenting, I try to make the fewest mistakes possible. It’s not that mistakes aren’t good sometimes – I just try not to go beyond the useful ones. Fortunately, I am good at observing, analyzing and indulging myself in learning. The moment I became a mother, I realized that motherhood is not something… Continue reading OMAN: FOUR REASONS TO RAISE AWARENESS ON PARENTING ISSUES
This was a post I contributed to for worldmomsnetwork.com here : http://www.worldmomsnetwork.com/2016/06/02/oman-a-reading-dilemma/ Being a bookworm myself, reading has been an issue of interest for me for ages. I believe reading is what made me the person I am today and surely will keep adding more to my personality as I grow older. “A reader lives… Continue reading A reading dilemma
My Post on World Moms Blog http://www.worldmomsblog.com/2015/12/21/oman-raising-children-global-citizens/ Love, Ibtisam
Yesterday, I stayed up late. It has been the case for the last month or so. Sleep hasn't been a priority initially, but for the last week it has been a privilege that takes me away from the reality. Yesterday after midnight, I thought to myself that maybe writing will do me some good. On… Continue reading Between life and death
What would you call an over-a-month without blogging, Craziness maybe,, deserting the blog during the hot desert weather, hah, I am trying to be funny so I can be excused :D.. As I promised, I will be posting some pics of my 'iPlay Smart' place after the long wait. It has been over two months… Continue reading Photos of over two months..
My blog post I wrote for world moms blog,, in the following link: http://www.worldmomsblog.com/2015/04/01/guest-post-empowering-woman-reality/#comment-1007971 Sometime in the late 1960s, there was a six-year-old girl whose father did not believe education was of any benefit to her. However, because her eldest brother took a stand that education was her right, she went to school and was quite… Continue reading Empowering Women, the reality