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Fatima’s 5 Best Self-Help Books

Fatima Omar Khamissa shares her favourite titles for when quality counselling just isn’t possible.

In a recent Blab video discussion with Na’ima B. Robert focusing on overcoming divorce damage, Fatima Omar Khamissa promised to name her favorite self-help titles, and here they are:





The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Self-Achievement
by Don Miguel Ruiz
A simple book that is not so simple to implement. Beautifully remind us of the Sunnah of The Prophet (SAW).





Get The Life You Want

by Richard Bandler

Richard is a one of the three teachers that trained me in NLP. Being the father-of-NLP, I love his quirky and effective teachings that changed my life – for real.





Consciousness: The New Currency

by Brandon Bays and Kevin Billet.

I read this book in one night. I’ve attended The Journey Intensive that Brandon created. It’s deep work to release yourself from the burdens of your past.






by Robert Greene

Allah loves it when we find something good to learn and we master it. This book will inspire you to be a master.





The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change

by Stephen R. Covey.

My first self-help book. I was in such denial when I first picked up this book. It helped me to remove my “victim” label and finally to own all of me.





Self-Compassion and You

Raidah Shah Idil questions the lack of compassion we show towards ourselves and warns of the damage we could be causing.




Fatima Omar Khamissa is a mom of five, mother-in-law, wife, bestselling author, speaker and entrepreneur. She left a violent abusive marriage with five children, no money, no family and a son with cerebral palsy. Going from a luxurious wealthy lifestyle to government welfare, Fatima found a way to recreate a life where her company, Spiritual Biz Moms, effortlessly changes lives globally by teaching women how to rediscover their value, helping business owners become best-selling authors and positioning professionals as authorities in their niche.