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How to Move on After an Abusive Marriage

How to Move on After an Abusive Marriage

In this counseling answer: • I want to encourage you to think about how many allies you can have in your corner to help you moving forward. • Make lots of dua to Allah. • Do not speak to, text, or engage with your ex-husband in any manner. Leave this to your father or another man who can …

My Husband & In-Laws Mentally Torture Me

My Husband & In-Laws Mentally Torture Me

In this counseling answer: • One can choose to advocate for herself at this point and start sticking up for herself with her husband and his parents. Or one can choose to leave and not come back. • Finding a local counselor would also be very wise if available in her area. As-Salamu Aleikom, Thank you …

I Love My In-Laws but They Ignore Me

I Love My In-Laws but They Ignore Me

Salam Aleikom, In this counseling video, you will learn: • Consider the positive interpretation of others’ behavior as well • Connect with Allah; it makes hard times feel easier • Join meetings with Muslims • Join online classes to learn about Islam *** Watch more: Disclaimer: The conceptualization and recommendations stated in this response are very general …

My Abusive Husband: He Said He Has Changed

My Abusive Husband: He Said He Has Changed

In this counseling answer: • The risk of women being injured or even killed by an intimate partner is too high for me to say “yes, go move in with him and insha’Allah things will get better.” • Consider that he isn’t a changed man unless he is firmly committed to counseling, support, or outside …

I No Longer Can Bear My Husband’s Abuse

I No Longer Can Bear My Husband’s Abuse

In this counseling answer: Seek marriage counseling. If you chose to seek a divorce, make sure to surround yourself with support from loved ones. Allah brings trials to those He loves most because it is a chance to purify you from sins. As-Salamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah Wa Barakatuh sister, You really have faced some difficulties …

I’m A Slave of My Husband & His Family

I’m A Slave of My Husband & His Family

In this counseling answer: Organize time alone for you and your husband. Try marriage counseling. Take care of yourself. Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah Wa barakatuh sister, It is very common for wives to experience difficulties with their mothers-in-law. It is also unfortunate that in many cases, like yours, this comes at the cost of difficulties …

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Are You an Abusive Spouse? (Test Yourself)

Abuse is the deliberate act of causing physical or mental suffering of one’s spouse. This can make an abused spouse feel: • Worthless • Ashamed and withdrawn • Anxious – especially in the presence of the abuser‎ • Lacking self-confidence • Fearful about the future • Helpless Test yourself by answering the following questions. The …

My Husband Made Me Live as a Refugee

My Husband Made Me Live as a Refugee

In this counseling answer: “Your husband needs consistent professional help to have any chance of turning his life around, but you cannot wait around and risk being harmed further, or worse, in the hopes, he’ll change. This will have to come from him on his own terms without you in his presence or his child any …

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How Should a Woman Respond to Her Abusive Husband?

Short Answer: Don’t accept abuse, this is not part of being a good Muslim wife. Abuse is never, ever your fault. The way you have described him, he is not a normal human being. It could be drug abuse, depression, or a personality disorder causing his rage. All of these need professional treatment. Putting up with him …

I’m Afraid of My Aggressive Husband

I’m Afraid of My Aggressive Husband

In this counseling answer: •Seek out a lawyer in Egypt. •  Leave your husband for the safety of your daughters and yourself. • If you have a good relationship with your in-laws, possibly one of his sisters or his mother, that you seek their advice and their help to get out. • Turn to Allah and …



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