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Source: Digital Journal, Access Wire

Author, poet, speaker, and content creator Ruby Dhal is pleased to announce that she is writing her very first self-help book. Ruby Dhal is a British-Afghan Sikh speaker, performer, and best-selling author of five books with over 500,000 online readers. Dhal writes about love, heartbreak, moving on, letting go, healing, mental health, and other topics. She has written five books of poetry, prose, and bite-sized self-help, and she is now working on her sixth, her first self-help book.

Dhal’s writing and books are a major component and product of her unique journey. Her work is heavily impacted by her life experiences and is a representation of her personal healing process. Dhal moved to the UK with her parents and older brother when she was three years old, and she lost her mother within a year. Her father did his best to care for Dhal and her brother as she grew up. Because of her experiences, Dhal turned to books as a means of refuge from her tough circumstances, and she soon discovered a passion for reading and writing. As a result, she has wanted to write stories for people to read since she was a little girl.

Dhal’s previous books include the international best-sellers Between Us and Dear Self, in which the author offers “bitesize self-help.” Dhal will be delving deeper into the self-help genre with the announcement of her much-anticipated sixth book, sharing not only her story but also simple strategies for personal growth.

Today, Dhal shares raw and honest thoughts online with readers all around the world, often reflecting on her personal experiences, in the hope that those words can aid individuals on their healing journey. She goes a step further by providing easy-to-digest YouTube videos on comparable issues, as well as a monthly blog and email where she can dive in deep with her readers to truly address the difficult decisions in their lives. Furthermore, over the last five years, Dhal has built a safe space, an online community where people feel like they’re a part of something. A community where, if her readers feel alone, they can turn to this secure environment for the help and comfort they require. Although Dhal’s influence began modestly with her Instagram page, which she created as a personal desire to recover and cope better with traumatic events, it quickly grew into a forum for others to heal and cope better with their own.

Dhal’s goal is to reach out to those who are going through difficult times but aren’t finding intense self-help or self-improvement books helpful in understanding their feelings. She feels that by creating content, publishing it, and sharing it online, she will be able to provide her audience with accessible, practical, self-help content on some difficult issues. Dhal provides readers with insightful thoughts and actionable measures to take through her books, poems, and new website. Her upcoming self-help book will be the author’s first of its kind, and it is eagerly anticipated.

About Ruby Dhal: Ruby Dhal is a British-Afghan Sikh speaker, performer, and best-selling author of five books with over 500,000 online readers. Dhal has written and developed video content on a variety of topics like love, heartbreak, healing, moving on, letting go, mental health, bereavement, self-love, and so on. Her moving writing is a mirror of her personal experiences, and it has struck a chord with her readers and followers. She has launched a website and is now working on her sixth book, a much-anticipated self-help book.

CONTACT: To discover more about Ruby Dhal, her books and videos, or to arrange an interview for a story, please contact us.

Website:https://www.rubydhal.com/
Email: info@rubydhal.com

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Mukish Pran

Mukish Pran talks about his singing and memories of his father Prannath — a popular Afghan Hindu singer

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Beyond Boundaries by Bela Kaul

Lives of two women, Taara and Janki, separated by time and place, bound by blood, search for a sense of belonging. Taara struggles with her individuality in contemporary Minnesota (USA). Her Hindu immigrant parents help her in this journey by steering her toward her heritage and the story of her great grandmother, Janki. Janki’s journey begins as Jeevani, the name her parents gave her. At eight she learns of a groom whose family was coming to see her. From Quetta to Kandhar to Dehra Dun Janki lives through splitting of a nation (India), creation of a new one (Pakistan), and mutiny in the tribal lands of Afghanistan. She survives through earthquakes, wars, and loss and prevails beyond all bounds.

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Source: Ajam Media Collective

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Goldip Singh on Afghan Star

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