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Husband Refuses to Provide for Our Financial Needs

Husband Refuses to Provide for Our Financial Needs

In this counseling answer: ” It is important to take time to consider the impact that leaving your husband could have on your daughter. Consider also the impact that staying in a stressful relationship will also have. It may be that a little more patience is needed in supporting him to fulfill his role, but …

Shall I Wait for Him to Become Financially Stable?

Shall I Wait for Him to Become Financially Stable?

Answer: As-Salaam ’Alaikum sister, It sounds you two are still unraveling the potential of being married and starting a life together. The main issues you pointed out are as follows: Age difference, he is a few years younger than you He is not established in career or earnings Ethnicity and cultural differences If you are …

Don't Feel Stable Enough to Start a Family

Don't Feel Stable Enough to Start a Family

Answer:  Wa ‘Alaikum Salaam wa Rahmatulahi wa Barakatuh, This is, indeed, a dilemma that many women face when they reach the age where it might be expected that they should begin having children. Certainly, we’re are encouraged in Islam to grow the Ummah by having children. They are a huge blessing and bring much happiness into the …

Husband Doesn't Work & Wastes My Money

Husband Doesn't Work & Wastes My Money

Answer: As-Salaamu ‘Alaykum my dear sister, I am happy that you feel guilty for your sin. Guilt followed by tawbah (repentance) and good deeds to compensate for your sin is the way to recover from this situation, in sha’ Allah, by the Mercy of Allah (swt) accepting your repentance. Guilt in front of Allah (swt) …

I Need Financial Independence from My Husband

I Need Financial Independence from My Husband

Answer: As-Salaam ’Alaikum sister, A few points to consider regarding your own separate account and how to keep mutual respect and love. Your husband works long hours and this means he is probably stressed out often. This probably contributes to his moods and reactions that you described as getting angry and controlling of money. When …



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