Muslims are required to visit the sick so we should expect ahead of time that this child will receive a large number of visitors and plan accordingly. We can do so by providing such things as extra seating or personal protective equipment including masks and gloves if the child is contagious or susceptible to illness. In conclusion, I believe that by educating ourselves on the Muslim culture we can gain a better understanding of their needs. Knowing that we must not only address the physical aspect of care but also the spiritual aspect when caring for a Muslim patient will lead to a positive patient experience. Involving the family as much as possible will help further effective communication and help us acquire the insight we need to meet their health care expectations.
The transformation will help you to figure out something and develop the knowledge and will help the next generation to have some ideas about certain issues and they may develop new understandi... ... middle of paper ... ...o anything. Keep blaming non-muslims for our fault is cant be acceptable. Lastly, this book is good. The writer helps the reader to ponder about what’s really happening in Muslims world. We need to do something, let’s start with having vision.
The possibility of being, or having been, mentally abused and physically tortured has an impact on their ability to stay in the hosting country. Counselors will be dealing with post-traumatic stress from their client. Equally important is for the counselor to assist the refugee in understanding issues of confidentiality. For Muslim immigrants and refugees, counselors should consider national policies during the counseling process. For example, the two Sudanese sisters’ were able to resolve their religious practice of wearing the hijab and securing employment in a beneficial way.
For instance, you can have two individuals from the same cultural background and family values, but these individuals live in an entirely different environment or learned different family values and belief system. When working with a diverse client, it is very important to monitor your own culturally beliefs and be willing to work with the client no matter if you have any biases or prejudice towards them. Some of the strategies that could be helpful in these situations include, (a) treat the client the same way you would like to be treated, (b) research some information about the clients background and, (c) beware of your own cultural biases and prejudices when counseling minorities if your unaware of their backgrounds.
Like Olshtain said (2000), the discourse completion test, which was the main instrument used in this study, does not always provide authentic data. To aid researchers in future studies, one suggestion is to remember that Arabic manners are based on Islamic beliefs, and Arabic students follow the instructions for apology written in the holy book. This cultural variable has been misinterpreted if taken into account at all, and needs to be reexamined. Arabic students apply this in their everyday lives, regardless of their religion or the prominent religion of the culture they are currently in. This variable has not been previously studied, and could change the way Arabic apologies are viewed in Western countries.
But the opposing party must be mature enough to deal with the matter; otherwise the dialogue taking place may be pointless, thus giving the parties an opportunity to waste time. People do have different belief systems; they follow their beliefs and propagate it, but propagation of religion into a community with different beliefs causes clashes. I have seen religious clashes, but people must try to understand one’s beliefs and not be stubborn. REPORT: On basis of my research and the community where I live in, the impact of religion is strong but does not lead to extremism. The various systems do influence ones behavior.
The reason for the deconstructing and reframing their stories is because I would like to tackle on the issues of how “the individuals in the relationship behave towards the stigmatizing condition, the emotions they feel in regards to the condition, and the attitudes they hold towards the condition” (Newton & McCabe, 2005, p. 53). So, rather than continue to build on their negative story of betrayal and infidelity; I would build with them a brand new story that will include the themes of a positive life change and closeness within the relationship. For example, through the exposure of positive reframing, the clients will probably feel empowered and motivated to change their lifestyle, in terms of diet or stressful triggers; furthermore, the clients will be able to view genital herpes differently, rather than it being a curse, they would view it as a learning experience for both of them and view it as something that is now part of their lives (Newton & McCabe, 2008, p. 866). Additionally, I will introduce the client to the fact that there are antiviral medications and suppressive therapy for the virus, which they will probably have to obtain from their OBGYN. According to Shepherd, “suppressive therapy is prescribed by taking into account the frequency, severity and duration of recurrences, as
It will also help to limit the gap between leaders and followers in Muslims societies because organizations in Muslim societies suffer from deep and serious crises (Ali, 2009). These crises can be solved when managers and policymakers in the Muslim world become more pragmatic. They also should know the differences between what is ideal and what is reality, and to know when they should adopt the principles of their faith (Ali, 2009). Furthermore, while Islam is spreading around the world, tribalism remained entrenched in Arab politics and social organization and confusion has persisted for many non-Muslims about what Islamic,
Moreover, the sura aims to eradicate the earlier practices of pagan, Arab communities that are no longer considered moral in the Muslim society. This particular text outlines the responsibilities of husband and wife. Then, the text moves to how to deal with the problems between them. I chose this type of text because I believe that the text from Qura'n is full of thoughts to analyze. As a discourse analyst, I will focus about the participants in the text by using the power and community method.
Various generic cultural issues may occur at each phase of psychotherapy, and specific cultural knowledge guides their resolution. Counselors need to be aware that they are able to work with particular issues and certain cultural groups. This is because conscious and unconscious meanings and assumptions, such as strongly held religious or political beliefs, will be communicated to the client. “It is desirable up to a point to know about a particulars clients background and therefore not to ask questions about it” due to the clients may be frustrated and impatient with this use of their time. (Bayne, Jinks, Collard, Horton, 2008).