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I Wish He Breaks Up with His Girlfriend & Marries Me

I Wish He Breaks Up with His Girlfriend & Marries Me

In this counseling answer: • I kindly suggest that you make a list of all the attributes of love. What qualities does the man you hope to marry have that would stir feelings of love? • Respect yourself. Chose potential husbands who will treat you as a potential wife, not a “temporary sex toy” (as you said). …

He Blackmailed Me, so I Sent Nude Photos of Myself

He Blackmailed Me, So I Sent Nude Photos of Myself

In this counseling answer: • Never ever think about self-harming. It is haram in Islam and not worth it. • Distance yourself from him and never let him make you do haram things for him. • Play reverse psychology with him; tell him that you have told your parents about the videos and everything you …

Due to My Haram Relationship, Family Forces Me to Leave College

Due to My Haram Relationship, Family Forces Me to Leave College

In this counseling answer: • I would kindly suggest that you sit down with your parents and discuss your concerns about having to do your schooling over again. • You could maybe check into other schools to see if there could be a full transfer. • Another option would be to take a break and …

How Can I Heal After a Breakup & Start Loving My Cousin?

How Can I Prevent Being in a Haram Relationship Again?

In this counseling answer: • Focus on the right things. Educate yourself and seek Islamic knowledge; it will make you a stronger woman. • Don’t give him false hopes as it will only hurt his feelings. If you don’t have intentions to marry him, tell him that. • Tips to move on after a breakup: cry; …

I’m Not a Virgin; I Feel Desperate About My Future

I’m Not a Virgin; I Feel Desperate About My Future

In this counseling answer: • Please sit down and reflect upon the relationship. Make a list of all the things that he has done to hurt you. Write down the attributes of his personality that are good and those that are negative. • Allah tells us He will forgive us if we sincerely repent. So the question …

Will Allah Forgive Me for My Haram Relationship?

Will Allah Forgive Me for My Haram Relationship?

In this counseling answer: • Ask Allah to forgive you for your haram behavior. Repent and promise yourself that you will not have anything more to do with this boy. • It is his responsibility and his family’s responsibility to ensure that he does not fall into depression. As-Salaamu Alaykum sister, Thank you for writing to …

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Counselors’ Tips on How to End Haram Relationships

Temptation is all around us, yet one temptation that proves to be formidable is haram relationships. It is such a growing issue in our Muslim communities that amongst college students in America, 57% of men and 48% of women report engaging in premarital sex. Our society markets sexuality and relationships outside the context of marriage …

How to Stop Loving Someone Who Doesn't Love You

How to Stop Loving Someone Who Doesn't Love You

In this counseling answer: • When you are thinking of marriage, you need to consider about the person’s piety above everything else. • You should not even think about proposing to him because he is already in another relationship. • I would also advise you to read and listen to lectures about marriage. • I …

I'm a Teenager & in Love with a Boy

I'm a Teenager & in Love with a Guy

In this counseling answer: “I would advise you to either forget about him or approach the matter in a halal way.”  As-Salamu ‘Alaikum dear sister, I am glad that you have decided to seek advice. Being in a relationship outside of marriage is very common in today’s time although it has extremely negative repercussions. I am sure that …

I Left My Haram Relationship, Yet I Miss Him

I Left My Haram Relationship, Yet I Miss Him

In this counseling answer: • Repent to Allah. • I would certainly encourage you to get involved in halal social circles that will provide you with some social support. • Try to keep good contact with your family and friends back home to reduce the loneliness. Wa ‘Alaikum Salaam dear sister, May Allah (swt) forgive …



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