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The 3 Main Ingredients in a Loving Marriage

In the Quran, Allah gives us the recipe for a happy marriage . Sister Haleh Banani breaks down the 3 essential components that really make a happy marriage. Watch this video by Quran Weekly and get to know them! About Haleh Banani Haleh Banani has a Master degree in Clinical Psychology with 20 years of experience working …

The Importance of Mutual Consultation in Marital Life

The Importance of Mutual Consultation in Marital Life (Watch)

A key to success in marriage is the ability to consult and positively influence one another. Mutual consultation can have many long-lasting benefits. It’s an opportunity to listen to each other and not just speak to each other. Watch this video and listen to Islamic scholars, Social and marital counselors talking about the significance of …

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How Can Newly-Weds Avoid the Pitfalls of Marriage?

No matter what stage you are at in your marriage you can benefit from the information given by Haleh Banani who has her Masters in Clinical Psychology, with over 15 years experience giving marital and individual therapy. She will give you the necessary tools to improve your marriage by answering some of the most frequently …

How Do I Become a Priority for My Spouse?

How Do I Become a Priority for My Spouse?

Every single one of us wants to feel special & valued. One of the biggest complaints I get while doing marriage counseling is that people don’t feel like they are a priority for their spouse. When a person feels unimportant then they stop striving. Many people ask: How do you become a priority for your …

Have You Fulfilled Half of Your Religion?

Have You Fulfilled Half of Your Religion?

As Aboutislam.net counselors, we get our share of questions from concerned spouses regarding the struggles of marriage. Whether it’s young people trying to make difficult decisions about getting married, married people trying to make difficult decisions in the context of their own marriages, or others who are heartbroken due to failed marriages; our community is …

A 5-Minute Video on How to Improve Your Marriage

A 5-Minute Video on How to Improve Your Marriage

In this video, Haleh Banini talks about the rules of a relationship and how to use these rules to improve your marriage. Haleh Banani has a Master degree in Clinical Psychology with 20 years of experience working with couples and individuals. She was a featured expert on Al-Jazeera international, Huda TV, Islamic Open University, Mercy Mission …

The Master Key to Overcoming Difficulties in Marriage

The Master Key to Overcoming Difficulties in Marriage

Allah has promised that we will be tested in life but specifically that we will be tested in our marriages. In this video, Sister Haleh Banani gives us the master key to overcoming difficulties in our relationships. About Haleh Banani Haleh Banani has a Master degree in Clinical Psychology with 20 years of experience working with …

Domestic Violence: What Should the Victim Do?

Domestic Violence: What Should the Victim Do? (Watch)

Domestic violence is any behavior that aims at gaining power and control over a spouse, partner or family member. Abuse is a learned behavior; it is not caused by anger, mental problems, drugs or alcohol, or other common excuses. Unfortunately, it has become a global problem. Domestic violence can affect anyone of any age or gender. Whether it’s physical …

One Key that Affects our Relationships with Others (Counseling with Naaila)

One Key that Affects our Relationships with Others (Counseling with Naaila)

So, what’s that one key that affects our relationships with others? Can you guess? Watch our Facebook counseling session with sister Naaila to get the answer to this question and much more.. Click here to watch the recorded video. About the counselor Naa’ila Clay, the wife of the husband-wife counseling duo “That Clay Couple”, holds …

Your Questions on Marriage Got Answered by Sister Naaila

Your Questions on Marriage Got Answered by Sister Naaila

I’ve been married since last year and moved with my wife to a foreign country for employment. Since we arrived, my wife has been making problems with my parents. Now, she left the house and doesn’t want to maintain relationship with my family.



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