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I Discovered My Wife Was Not a Virgin

I Discovered My Wife Was Not a Virgin

In this counseling answer: • Bleeding is caused by the tear in hymen which is often broken before sex due to incidents such as serious injuries, falls, and accidents, or simply because of strenuous activities. Therefore, you cannot judge the virginity of your spouse on the basis of this. • Maybe, it is your treatment …

We Sacrificed Our Love for The Sake of Parents

We Sacrificed Our Love for The Sake of Parents

In this counseling answer: • Since the girl is now married, you should not contact her again. • Accept the situation by understanding the underlying idea that whatever happened was Allah’s (swt) will. • Go for a vacation. Do things that you enjoy. Wa ‘Aleikum Salam, It is unfortunate that you and this girl were unable to …

I Feel Ashamed of My Uneducated Fiancé

I Feel Ashamed of My Uneducated Fiancé

In this counseling answer: • Do you really need a highly qualified partner despite the excellent character he might possess? • Stop comparing your life with others because it will bring a fall. • You need to decide who you want in life. Dear sister, Love and attraction have great depth, and the love of …

She Loves Me, but Doesn't Want to Leave Her Country

She Loves Me, but Doesn't Want to Leave Her Country

In this counseling answer: • Communication is the key to everything. So, start an honest conversation with her about this issue. • Try your best to make her feel comfortable. • You might want to opt for a third place to live together. Dear brother, All relationships survive with the blessings of Allah (swt), so …

My Friend Suddenly Stopped Talking to Me

In this counseling answer: • People often distance themselves from their closed ones when they are going through a difficult state. • Start with a casual chit chat and remember to make her feel that her absence affects you. Make her feel important. Wa ‘Aleikom Salam sister, Throughout our whole life, we come across various different …

Newlyweds’ Hardships

Adjusting To Marriage: Tips For Newly Married Couples

In this counseling answer: • Lower your expectations and create that love in the relationship. • Be patient. Try to ignore little things and try to avoid big fights because nagging often results in misery. Salam ‘Aleikum, It is unfortunate to know that you have been facing a difficult time, but don’t all relations go through this? Don’t …

I Can’t Live with the Shame of My Past

I Can’t Live with the Shame of My Past

In this counseling answer: • Stop the blame and take ownership of what you have done. • Pray as much as possible and get yourself involved in new activities. Dear brother, Before we look at your situation, you need to know the underlying fact that your move to approach AboutIslam is already a step closer towards achieving …

I Like a Non-Practicing Muslim: Shall I Marry Her?

I Like a Non-Practicing Muslim: Shall I Marry Her?

In this counseling answer: • What are the qualities that you love about her? List them on a piece of paper. • Clearly talk to her and show your interest (while involving your and her parents). • Inshallah, you will be able to help her practice the religion in a more efficient way. Wa ‘Alaikum Salaam, Your …

Between Dad & My Career: How to Choose?

Between Dad & My Career: How to Choose?

In this counseling answer: “It is not always about money when it comes to learning, especially in the medical field. Experience matters a lot. It does not matter if your father belongs to another field. Experience comes with age and knowledge that can help you with all the fields of life. Make a sensible decision …

Manager Forces Me To Commit Haraam

Manager Forces Me To Commit Haraam

In this counseling answer: “Sometimes instead of depending on an excuse or a reason, you can handle things diplomatically and diligently. Make your point and see what treatment you receive. Also, come up with alternative options when asked to do activities that are impermissible.” Salam ‘Aleikom, Thank you for writing to us. Earning a lawful …



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