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Will I Be Able to Support My Future Wife & Kids?

Will I Be Able to Support My Future Wife & Kids?

In this counseling answer: “Know that what you are experiencing is perfectly natural in your situation. Do your best to mix with locals as well as other people who have moved from abroad and appreciate the blessing. In sha’ Allah, in time, your anxiety will reduce and you will enjoy your time there.” As-Salamu ‘Alaikum dear …

Parents’ Fights Have Ruined My Life

Parents’ Fights Have Ruined My Life

In this counseling answer: “Married couples do argue, but these things are not supposed to be done publicly, even in front of family and children because of the very reason you are presenting here. Often parents don’t realize how their own behavior affects the lives of their children. If there is a quiet moment in …

Intrusive Thoughts about Islam; Can’t Stand Them!

Intrusive Thoughts about Islam; Can’t Stand Them!

In this counseling answer: “You are doing all the right things to fight these thoughts by not giving up on your deen. Just continue praying on time, offer voluntary prayers, if you can, find peace in reading or listening to the Qur’an, and make du’aa’ to Allah for protection from Shaytan and his whispers. Keep yourself busy with good deeds …

She was Forced to Marry; I'm Still Waiting for Her

She was Forced to Marry; I'm Still Waiting for Her

In this counseling answer: “Whilst forced marriage is unacceptable in Islam, she is still legally married and, therefore, currently impermissible for you. Even if she can divorce, you will then need to wait the period of ‘iddah before you can ask for her hand in marriage.” Wa ‘Alaikum Salaam wa Rahmatulahi wa Barakatuh dear brother, This is …

I Can’t Have Children; I’m So Depressed

We Can’t Have Children; I’m So Depressed

As-Salamu ‘Alaikum sister, As women, we have this natural drive and desire to have children and nurture them. When placed in a situation that deprives us of attaining what we desire (not just having children, but anything), then naturally this will lead to frustration and feelings of upset, which can have an impact on relations …

After 2 Years of Engagement, Shall I Still Wait for Him?

After 2 Years of Engagement, Shall I Still Wait for Him?

Answer: Wa ‘Alaikum Salaam sister, Alhamdulillah, it is pleasing to read that you are doing all you can to get closer to Allah (swt). It is also good to read when someone is guided to the straight path of Islam and is even willing to give up their career if it is not in line …

Feeling Like a Slave at My In-Laws' Home

Feeling Like a Slave at My In-Laws' Home

In this counseling answer: Give your (ex)husband the time that he says he needs to think things through. You need to also reflect on what’s happened and work on your relationship with Allah (swt). At this point, don’t place any unnecessary pressure on him. Use this as an opportunity to improve your relationship with Allah (swt). This will …

Dealing with Cultural Differences in a Marriage

Dealing with Cultural Differences in a Marriage

In this counseling answer: • A way to overcome this is to educate each other about your different cultural backgrounds. Talk to each other about traditions within your cultures and expectations for the man and the woman or treatment of others, for example. • Never lose hope that Allah (swt) will see you both through, …

Good Advice Before You Enter an Intercultural Marriage

Good Advice Before You Enter an Intercultural Marriage

In this counseling answer: • It is best to start your marriage to this woman on a good footing by asking Allah’s (swt) forgiveness. • Engage in Islamic studies together. • Make clear from the very start your expectations of her. As-Salamu ‘Alaikum brother, May Allah (swt) grant you a happy marriage together. The first …

Should I Tell My Son about his Real Father and at What Age?

In this counseling answer: “whether you chose to tell him sooner or later be prepared that he may start to act out and rebel so be prepared to support him emotionally in a sensitive way to protect him from this backlash. Let him know how much you and the whole family love him so that he will …



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