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Inspired by her brother’s story of “Healing and Living Love,” internationally acclaimed author and soul-care mentor, Umm Zakiyyah, shares her own journey of unlearning toxic love, breaking free of trauma bonds, and finally opening her heart to learning healthy love. 


She says, “I pray that my reflections here touch your heart and inspire you to forever be a humble student of life and love.”

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Umm Zakiyyah's journey of unlearning toxic love, breaking free of trauma bonds, and learning healthy love

About Umm Zakiyyah


Known for her soul-touching books and spiritual reflections on the Qur’an and emotional healing, Umm Zakiyyah is a world-renowned author and soul-care mentor.

Daughter of American converts to Islam, Umm Zakiyyah (also known by her birth name Ruby Moore and her “Muslim” name Baiyinah Siddeeq) is the internationally acclaimed, award-winning author of more than twenty-five books, including novels, short stories, and self-help. Her books are used in high schools and universities in the United States and worldwide, and her work has been translated into multiple languages. Her work has earned praise from writers, professors, and filmmakers. Her novel His Other Wife is now a short film.

Dr. Robert D. Crane, advisor to former US President Nixon, said of Umm Zakiyyah, “…no amount of training can bring a person without superb, natural talent to captivate the reader as she does and exert a permanent intellectual and emotional impact.”

Professor K. Bryant of Howard University said of If I Should Speak, “The novel belongs to…a genre worthy of scholarly study.”

Umm Zakiyyah has a BA degree in Elementary Education, an MA in English Language Learning, and Cambridge’s CELTA (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults).

In 2020, she founded UZ Heart & Soul Care, where she shares the life lessons she learned on her emotional and spiritual healing journey.

Photo of Umm Zakiyyah in blue hijab