Autobiography Compares Traditional Middle Eastern Childhood With Progressive American Womanhood
EVERETT, Wash., July 27, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Delve into the daily life of a young woman born in the wrong place at the right time. Readers already familiar with Ibtihal Mahmood and her unique sense of humor will be satisfied with her ability to take on a more serious subject matter. First time readers will most likely become an instant fan of her work or loose interest in reading it almost immediately.
Ibtihal Mahmood is scheduled for release in Fall 2012 from PublishAmerica LLLP.
Readers are offered a glimpse at what to expect from the book excerpt and cover description:
Regardless of nationality or social class, all children will face the normal challenges and disappointments of growing up as they progress in life. For much of her early adult life, Ibtihal Mahmood faced a great deal of pressure resulting from the expectations that her family and culture had for her.
“Most Americans eat when they are hungry, drink when they are thirsty, and bond when they feel the need.”, Ibtihal explains in her self-titled autobiography, “That sounded logical to me, but my family had different beliefs that prohibited me from eating or drinking throughout the day for an entire month in a practice known as fasting.”
Ms.Mahmood continues by describing some of the physiological problems she witnessed other young women dealing with as a result of rules and traditions imposed on them by their parents. According to Ibtihal, a vast majority of woman from her region are not provided the opportunity to learn about their own bodies or needs. She feels dangerous extremist ideas can also be linked to young men avoiding communication with their peers that a healthy developing brain requires.
In Fall 2012, fans of the author or genre can can get their hands on the paperback edition of the Ibtihal Mahmood autobiography.
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