Asalam Alaykum

Liamanah is an Islamic Parenting Hub which follows Islamic and Positive Discipline principles to empower Muslim women with the knowledge, skills and resources to raise righteous children who would  live their lives to please Allah and be of benefit to the Ummah In shaa Allah

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Speaking

Zuliat Lawal is a seasoned speaker with deep expertise on positive discipline principles and a particular focus on Islamic Parenting.

She was the Panelist for the Parenting Segment at the first Pearl Muslimah's Network "The Wholesome Muslimah'" Workshop in Lagos where she spoke to over 100 women.

One on One Consultation

Zuliat works with muslim mothers to create personalized parenting solutions to their needs.

I would go beyond books and courses and work with you to get answers and create a process tailored to your specific needs and goals.

Digital Products and Trainings

Zuliat offers a variety of Ebooks, Online Courses, Webinars, Physical Workshops and Training Sessions.

As a Positive Parenting Trainer, she conducts online and physical parenting classes regularly. She also lectures on issues related to women and family.

 

What People Are Saying

“You are simply awesome, after our chat yesterday.. Walahi I have seen a vast improvement in my relationship with my son. I am still work in progress because i caught myself using some of the words we said to stop using but the past 24 hours have been bliss and not a single shout.!”

Sis Adeorike

Banker and Mom of Two

“I just implemented one of the magic words now and he stopped being naughty immediately. May Allah bless you plenty sister!”

Sis K

CEO Swift Glow Beauty and Mom

“Ma shaa Allah, I am really learning so much. Thank you!”

Sis Mariam

Business Coach and Mom

Liamanah Blog

Positive Discipline Tool Week 22: Allowances

Positive Discipline Tool Week 22: Allowances

Do you know that allowances can teach the life skill of money management? Imagine how your child’s life would be if you teach him/her the value of money from a young age. Providing allowances is a positive discipline tool we can use to teach our children many valuable...

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Positive Discipline Tool Week 21: 3 Rs of Recovery

Positive Discipline Tool Week 21: 3 Rs of Recovery

Everybody makes mistakes and guess what? Mistakes are wonderful opportunities to learn. Growing up, most of us were told that adults don't lie and adults don't make mistakes. This is a fallacy most of us continue to believe even as adults and parents too. Parents are...

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Positive Discipline Tool Week 20: Mistakes

Positive Discipline Tool Week 20: Mistakes

What is your usual reaction when your child makes a mistake? Do you respond by showing disappointment, or shaming, or blaming or yelling? If you do, has this helped your child learn from the mistake? As adults, we understand the importance of learning from our...

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Positive Discipline Tool Week 19: Problem Solving

Positive Discipline Tool Week 19: Problem Solving

We all know how easy it is to see solutions to the problems of others—then we have perspective, objectivity, and creative ideas. With our own problems we often become emotionally involved and lose all perspective and common sense. Imagine what it will be like to have...

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Positive Discipline Tool Week 18: Logical Consequences

Positive Discipline Tool Week 18: Logical Consequences

Consequences, Consequences, Consequences, Consequences are obvious results of a situation. Consequences can either be natural or logical. Seriously though, how do you differentiate natural consequences from logical consequences? Firstly, logical consequences are not...

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Positive Discipline Tool Week 17: Focus on Solutions

Positive Discipline Tool Week 17: Focus on Solutions

If you are asked to list your top five shortcomings as a Mother, I am sure finding the right solutions to issues relating to your children will be one of them. Why? Well, our brain is wired to protect us from things we see or perceive as problems and not necessarily...

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