Today I will see
How much can a heart bear
Today I will see
How much can it take
I’ll let it break
I’ll let it shake
Today I will see
How much can it take
I won’t let it stop
I won’t let it mend
Today I will see
How much can it take
I won’t try to save it
I won’t try to stitch it
Today I will see
How much can it take
I will let it crush
I will let it bleed
Today I will see
How much can it take
I will leave the wound
I will leave the scar
Today I will see
How much can it take
Today I’m no hero
Today I will see
How much can it take

Sadia Lira

Sadia Lira

Sadia is a Trainee Psychologist who completed her masters in Health Psychology. She is passionate about being involved with international development projects and has been away to Zimbabwe, India and Calais, France where she held workshops to encourage positive healthy behaviour. Sadia has held sessions with children, adults and refugees on mental health, HIV/aids, malaria, typhoid, hygiene, gender base violence and has also taught English on various occasions. Moreover, she regularly holds projects in her local town for homeless individuals and believes in minimising social exclusion. Sadia is particularly interested in tackling mental health issues within the Asian community as well as the broader aspect. The way mental health is discussed in relation to Asian Males is of her interest. Furthermore, she has also carried out research study (MSc) on the impact of tragic events (such as 9/11) on Muslims mental wellbeing. The study was done in order to look at how the negative events impacts Muslims coping skills. She is keen on doing further PHD research on Refugees and Muslims mental & physical health. In her pastime Sadia enjoys nature & scenic walks, drawing & sketching, playing badminton & archery. She holds a GB Archery instructor qualification! For the future, Sadia hopes (in sha Allah) to qualify as a Health Psychologist and work with vulnerable communities in the UK as well as the international development field.

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