I help Muslim Women Heal from their Past and Move Forward in Life with Confidence.
Niching Contest Participant Comments:
8/10: I love that you’re super clear with who you’re helping, but I feel like “healing from the past” is very general and could encompass a multitude of things that someone might want to heal from.
8/10: I completely agree with this.
8/10: I like what you’re about. I’m curious if “Muslim women” will get with you mean by “heal from their past.” Is this a personal or cultural wound? I think I might like to know.
Great message, and also very clear!
10/10: Love it! Thank you for doing what you do! SO IMPORTANT!
8/10: Your target clientele is quite clear. The outcome (confidence) is also clear. The middle part about “heal from the past” is not so clear. What kind of healing do your clients need to address? Emotional? Physical? Do they even recognize that they have healing to do? Maybe they are too fixated on how they feel right now that they don’t see the cause (their past).
I really like this too, even without the clarity of what “healing from the past” is specifically.
Super clear message! GREAT Niche! with photo!
8/10: What kind of past?
7/10: I’d like to know what past they heal from.
9/10: Clear, direct target group.
8/10: Clear good but what in there past needs healing. The fact there Muslim? it slightly could be read that way. I get my own images but its not quite clear. Maybe say something like “heal from past traumas.” Very close.
9/10: Bravo! You’re doing important work for women.
Manal Khalife’s Reflections:
The specific problems they are struggling with are depression, anxiety, anger, having trouble in their marriage or fear of getting into a marriage, self-doubt, negative thinking. Their burning problem is that they don’t know how to manage their emotions. They lack self-control when it comes to their emotions, they are always angry and impatient, and it’s affecting their relationships with their husband, kids, family. They are craving to be in control, to be more calm and patient, to be more forgiving, to stop being so angry and depressed, to have more energy, to contribute to their community or to the world, but they know they have to get over their own issues first.
So “healing from the past” would include bad relationships and past abuse (esp. sexual), inappropriate touching, failed relationships, other forms of abuse, that they feel hinder them from living a happy life.
Especially when it comes to finding a spouse or being happily married. I find that their “past” catches up with and affects their self esteem and brings up anxieties about finding a suitable spouse and/or affects their intimate life in their current marriage.
What about “overcome painful past memories” instead of “heal their past?”
The Revised Niche: