All of us enter the month of Ramadan with pain. All of us enter it with something that is missing-there is either financial constraint or a health worry, for example. There may be something that keeps us up late at night with regard to our children or our loved ones. But Ramadan is the month of therapy and closure. It is a month of re-establishment of an individual's life after a year of ups and downs in faith. For every situation, Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.) has prescribed various du'a that can be read throughout Ramadan and even after it, as a form of therapy. Ramadan Therapy is a collection of 30 du'as of the Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.) from the Qur'an and Sunnah that we can ponder, reflect upon, and more importantly, learn to apply. It is with hope and faith that positive changes can come out of this beloved month of Ramadan to those who seek it.