Storytelling has the power to not only create connections but provide universal truths about ourselves and the world. When listening to this podcast, I ask that you honor these stories and the rawness, transparency, and vulnerability that they invoke. Invite them with an open heart and you will see that all stories share a universal message. I pray that each anecdote leaves you inspired to share as the Prophet (ﷺ) said, "It is also charity to utter a good word.” But more importantly, I pray that you allow yourself to find comfort in the good, wisdom in the hardship, and the courage to trust Allah.
Episode Twenty Four: When the Cat Lady Found True Love - Part 2
Content Warning: This episode contains content on stillbirth and IVF process. “To have and to hold from this day forward” In the second part of Leema’s story, she explores the realities and intricacies of married life and tells a story that offers a realistic view of love - one that challenges her towards self-love.
Episode Twenty Three: When The Cat Lady Found True Love Part 1
Love is beautiful, love is patient; love is kind. It’s also scary, messy and kinda awkward. In this episode we speak with Leema, as she chronicles her search for meaning and love and the lessons she learned along the way.
Episode Twenty Two: The Women Tell All - Part 2
Cadar invites LA, Vubrey, Bella Big Deal & Ustadah Hilal back to the table one more time to play Vibe Check. Part One just wasn’t enough! & so the conversation continues…
Episode Twenty One: Vibe Check, The Women Tell All
Probably TDS most anticipated episode, Cadar invites Bella Big Deal, LA, Vubrey & Ustadah Hilal to the table to play vibe check. The ladies laid all their cards on the table about the realities of courtship + marriage.
Episode Twenty: Vibe Check, The Men Tell All
In this 2 hr special, Cadar invites four brothers, Nice, AB, Snipa, and Sudees, to play Vibe Check, a marriage and courtship card game for Muslims created by The Digital Sisterhood.Don't miss out and pre-order on Kickstarter.
Episode Nineteen: There's Always Hope For Love
In TDS' self-proclaimed month of love, we begin with the story of Asmaa Hussien, author of "A Temporary Gift" and "A Place Of Refuge". She reminds us that love is full of hope even on our darkest days.
Assalamu Alaikum walaalayaal (Sisters)
I 100% recommend this podcast! You will laugh, cry, laugh and then laugh again. It’s heartwarming, touching and incredibly relatable Mashaa Allah. Thank you to everyone involved in making this program. I look forward to hearing your voices every Friday in sha Allah.
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Could you guys please talk about what it feels like to have no friends and also what it feels like to have no education and an job. Otherwise great job on the podcast.
Such a heartwarming initiative.
You make the listeners feel like they are right there with you in the story. You are truly talented Cadar. I’m so glad that you’ve tapped into your strength for the benefit of the Muslim ummah. May Allah make it heavy on your scales on a day you really need it.