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I Feel Attracted to My Former Brother-in-Law

I Feel Attracted to My Former Brother-in-Law

In this counseling video, you will learn: You can technically marry your former brother-in-law. Do you think your former in-laws would support this marriage? Would this brother be open to this marriage? Think of this situation from different angles; put aside your emotions for a moment. The question is whether it is wise, not whether …

"And We Created You in Pairs"; How Does This Explain Failed Marriages?

"And We Created You in Pairs"; How Does This Explain Failed Marriages?

In this counseling video, you will learn: • We are responsible for our choices • Do not ignore the red flags • Chemical attraction cannot be the only factor you base your marriage on • Look for common values and believes • Learn from your mistakes • Marriage and divorce are parts of the reality of life …

No Sexual Desires; Can I Stay Single?

No Sexual Desires; Can I Stay Single?

Salam Aleikom, *** Disclaimer: The conceptualization and recommendations stated in this response are very general and purely based on the limited information provided in the question. In no event shall AboutIslam, its counselors or employees be held liable for any damages that may arise from your decision in the use of our services. Watch more:

How to Overcome the Social Stigma of Divorce

How to Overcome Social Stigma of Divorce

Read part one Read part two Read part three The stories of Muslim divorcées offer stark and heartbreaking perspectives of marriage and divorce. Many have escaped deadbeats, financial abusers, adulterers, and criminals. These true stories also expose the severe emotional and financial hardships that many Muslims experience. In some cultures it’s common for sisters to …

3 Years Passed but I’m Still Not Married to Him

In this counseling answer: “If people can go through the loss of a loved one at this level, then know that you can go through the loss of this three-year relationship and move on to a life you don’t feel guilty about.” Salam ’Aleikom, Thank you for writing to ask for some help to overcome …

Can a Divorcee Share a House with Ex-Husband?

Can a Divorcee Share a House with Ex-Husband?

Wa `alaykum as-salamu wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh. In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger. Sister, thank you for your good question and interest to know more about Islam and its teachings. In fact, a divorced woman cannot …



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