Be fruitful to
the society as much as you can.
Cerita Aiman Amri
Aiman Amri is unlike your typical young adult. Human brain intrigues him a lot. Upon graduating his diploma in Aeroplane Maintenance with flying colours, he decided to pursue his passion in understanding human mind and behaviourby continuing his degree of Psychology in University of Nottingham, United Kingdom.
Despite what people said about this ‘lack of consistency’ in walking on his career path, he genuinely believes that he is not running awayfrom his engineering background. Rather, Aiman knows he is actually running towardshis deep interest and soon to be his life path.
Working as a special needs educator and assistant psychologist in various psychology centers (to date), he does his best in grabbing everyopportunity to learn from the expert and to apply the knowledge in the real situation.
His dedication in sharing knowledge to people around him leads him to be a social media influencer and without asking anything in return, he really loves and enjoys in what he is currently doing; educating the society in however he could, through whatever platform he could find.
He consistently presents his ideas and passion in seminars and workshops, to the young adults about psychology knowledge, especially when it is related to mental health awareness. He was invited a lot to the media such as televisions, radios and newspapers, due to his excitement and eagerness to share to the public.
His favourite quote that drives him through hard time and daily busy schedule;
“Be fruitful to the society as much as you can.”
Everyone has their own unique strength. He believesin the concept using our greatest qualities in order to become the best people for the society by sharing knowledge, expertise and skills.
Trusting this idea, he hopes that people will do their best to become the best version of themselves and contribute back to the society using their best strength.
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#1. Tukar bidang daripada Diploma Aeroplance Maintenance (engineering) kepada degree Psikologi kerana minat yang mendalam nak memahami pemikiran manusia.
#2. Pernah menjelajah ke 30 negara sebelum mencapai umur 25 tahun
#3. Banyak menjadi jemputan media massa TV (Malaysia Hari Ini, Pa&Ma, Al Hijrah, Astro Awani), radio (Sinar.fm, Birmingham Muslim Radio) dan surat khabar (Metro, Kosmo, Mingguan Wanita) untuk perkongsian psikologi.
#4. Menjadi hos kepada rancangan Psikosis, sebuah projek RTM yang berkaitan dengan isu kesihatan mental di malaysia (13 episod, bakal ditayangkan 2019 ini).
#5. Bercita-cita tinggi untuk tinggal atau belajar ke negara Jepun satu hari nanti.
#6. Menanam impian untuk mempunyai klinik 2 tingkat milik sendiri; tingkat bawah isu kesihatan fizikal dan tingkat atas untuk isu kecelaruan mental.
#7. Pernah diberhentikan kerja daripada sebuah syarikat kerana terlalu banyak berkongsi ilmu psikologi di media sosial sehingga tak disenangi majikan (oh ni ke tweetfamous tu?
#8. Mengambil masa sehingga 4 tahun untuk berjaya mencuri hati seorang gadis (walaupun seringkali dihiraukan) yang kini sudah sah menjadi isteri.
#9. Pernah muntah dan sakit tekak teruk sejurus selepas sky diving di Hungary kerana menjerit ketakutan tanpa henti.
#10. Pernah disalahsangka sebagai pengemis di UK kerana tidur di tepi jalan ketika travel dan nak jimat kos hostel .
Karya Aiman Amri
How Are You
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Diterbitkan pada Mac 2019
Non-Fiksyen | Bahasa Melayu
How Are You : Understanding the Silent Struggle of Stress, Anxiety, and Depression.
A friend asks, “How Are You?”
You want to say, “I’m fine”, but you know that is untrue. You are in pain, but you don’t know how to express it.
A friend says, “I’m fine”, but you know there is something more beyond those simple words.
You notice something is not right, but you don’t know what to do. You want to understand and help but you don’t know where and how to start.
Stress, Anxiety, and Depression are 3 of the most common mental and emotional challenges that people are struggling with.
No one should be left to face the struggle alone, and no should.
“How Are You”, written by Assistant Psychologist Aiman Amri and Youth Motivator Aiman Azlan, explores the topic of Stress, Anxiety and Depression; from how survivors can cope with them to how friends and family members can understand these human problems better so that they may be compassionate and considerate towards those who struggle in silence.
They are no longer alone.