What Does the Quran Say About Mental Health?

This wonderful series, courtesy of Sheikh Ibrahim Hindy and Naseeha, a toll-free mental health hotline and digital space for young Muslims, highlights the sensitivity with which the Quran approaches mental health.

We were not created as angels, but as entities with free will, and as such, we feel and emote deeply. Shouldn’t we get to deal with our emotions and uncertainties in an authentically human way? This incredible series will tell you everything you need to know.

So the next time the “Allhumdullilah Squad” attempts to weaponize your sadness or mental health and depict it as ungratefulness, do remember what our Holy Book has to say about dealing with a specter of sadness: