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Husband Doesn’t Understand I Have Trust Issues

Husband Doesn’t Understand I Have Trust Issues

In this counseling answer: “Speak with your husband, examine your trust issues as well as honestly look at your views of others with your lists. Insha’Allah, get counseling so you can begin to heal, trust again, and move forward with your life and increase the blessings and closer union within your marriage.” As-Salamu ‘Alaykum sister, …

I Doubt That She Loves Me

I Doubt That She Loves Me

Answer: As-Salamu ‘Alaykum, Thank you for writing us with your concerns. This is not the first time we receive a question of this nature. Like the previous ones, your question also deals with having problems of trusting one’s spouse due to some unsettling past events. Let me start by saying that if my wife judged …

Decision

Due to Doubts, I Made A Wrong Decision!

In this counseling answer: “You can learn your lesson from this experience and try not to doubt others. At this point, even if you want to work with her, if she really does have ill feelings towards you it will always be difficult and not conducive to successful business strategies. In this case, you have …

Trust

I Love My Fiancé But I Can’t Trust Her Anymore

In this counseling answer: “The most important thing at this point isn’t hat you overcome these trust issues because beginning a marriage without trust will not place your marriage in a good place, to begin with so please do keep in mind what I said at the start when trying to overcoming this; understand things …

Trust Issues Destroy My Marriage

Answer: As-Salamu ‘Alaikum wa Rahmatulahi wa Barakatuh sister, Ma sha’ Allah, congratulations on your pregnancy. May Allah (swt) make it easy for you and grant you a child from Jannah. You are currently in a difficult situation; however, that could potentially make this pregnancy more difficult as you are alone whilst raising two other young …

Falsely Accused My Husband of Cheating, Please Help!

Answer: Wa ‘Alaikum Salaam wa Rahmatulahi wa Barakatuh dear sister, You are correct that accusing people without firm evidence is not acceptable in Islam. “Indeed, those who [falsely] accuse chaste, unaware and believing women are cursed in this world and the Hereafter; and they will have a great punishment” (Qur’an, 24:23) Alhamdulilah, the fact that …



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