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Daughter

Daughter Hanging Out with Non Muslim Cousins, Advise?

In this counseling Answer: The counselor advises the questioner to try to let the daughter know her concerns, she could also take a more indirect approach if this sort of conversation with her would be unhelpful. Instead, she could sign up to some kind of Islamic classes together, either locally or online to increase you …

Muslim Teens & Hyper-Sexualized Environment

Muslim Teens & Hyper-Sexualized Environment

Iblis (satan) refused to participate in the ceremonial prostration towards Adam (PBUH), and was thus cursed by Allah (SWT), banished from the comfortable abode of Jannah. Humiliated and dejected, Iblis hatched a plan of revenge against Adam (PBUH) and Hawwa, luring them to the forbidden tree. After repeated waswasa (evil whisper), it worked. Our parents …

Loves

She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not

In this counseling answer: “my suggestion is to be clear as to what you want, purify your intentions, be definitive in your invitation, request a clear response, accept Allah’s decree as His will and move on with your life. Do not allow this relationship and this situation to create any further turmoil in your young heart. Situations …

moving out

Moving Out Is My Son's Goal

In this counseling answer: “With regards to your son moving out, we think you should do your best to talk him out of it. Do not give him ultimatums, as you might find it difficult to uphold or carry out what you propose to do as a form of discipline. If he insists on moving …

Real love

Is It Real Love or Just a Crush?

In this counseling answer: “It is perfectly natural for you to be interested in women at your age, however. That is why at this point in your life, until you are able to marry, it is best for you to focus on yourself – your studies, your inner growth and your relationship with Allah. Young adulthood is …

Teenager

I'm Losing My Teenager

In this counseling answer: “Please approach him without a temper. There is no need for angry tempers when you are reaching out with open arms to your son. Tell him how you see things changing and express a genuine concern in his well-being! Ask him how you can help him. Ask him to let you into his …

veiled

Veiled By Force

In this counseling answer: “Your parents are trying to fulfill their duties and responsibilities to you, which they had allowed to slip. If you were raised praying 5 times a day and wearing hijab from the age of 9, you would not be having this dilemma, beyond the usual dilemma of being a teenage girl …

What Parents & Teens Should Know About Self-Harm

I was 13 years old when I first took the razor to my arm and slashed it over and over again. I was being bullied. I didn’t fit in. I didn’t do drugs. I didn’t drink. I didn’t have a boyfriend. I didn’t want to do any of those things. I wanted to study and …

Dance

Mixed Messages at a School Dance

As-salamu`alaykum, Dear brother, it is quite troubling to hear that you physically assaulted a female for dancing too close to you. First off, we should never put ourselves in situations that could lead to that sort of interaction with members of the opposite sex. Secondly, it’s ironic that out of fear of committing a sin, you committed another …

Prayers Are Only Movements?

In this counseling answer: “There does seem to be a bigger issue here though, if it is that he is only performing prayer for you to see, then you need to understand why; it means that he is still concerned about your opinion of him, or that he is thinking of your reaction. Sometimes, when …



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