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How Can I Have a Better Relationship with My Parents?

In this counseling answer: •Choosing your own marriage partner is not a disrespectful task. If it is done in a halal way, it is a very good opportunity to choose a more appropriate partner for marriage. While it does go against your cultural norms, you may have greater success in the long-term concerning marriage and …

Controlling Parents Barely Let Me Have Any Freedom

In this counseling answer: •Sit down with your parents and discuss your concerns. •Explain to them that you do understand their concerns and you respect their position. •Give examples of how you made wise decisions. Insha’Allah, ask if there is a midpoint where you can meet with your parents so that you will be able …

Father Not Talking to Me Because of Money

Father Not Talking to Me Because of Money

In this counseling answer: •In your situation, perhaps you might consider working part-time, even from home as there are now plenty of distance opportunities available also these days. This way, you can still fulfil your roles and obligations to your son. •You could speak calmly about the situation with them if it is not working out for …

Father: A Guardian Or A Dictator? Part 1

Salam Sister, Thank you for submitting your question to our website, and for appreciating our efforts, sister. May Allah accept all our work. Please find part one of the answer to your question below. Find the second and final part at the link here. As a person approaches the age of maturity i.e. the age range …

Father: A Guardian Or A Dictator? Part 2

Salam Sister, Thank you for submitting your question to our website. Please find the second and final part of the answer to your question below. Find the first part at the link here. Communication and/or Arbitration Sister, now I’d like to suggest that you let your father know how you feel, by writing him a candid letter …

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Dad's Needs or Dad's Greed?

As-salamu `Alaikum, Thank you for writing to us. Here are some thoughts for your consideration based on the three questions you asked. First, a child is obligated to help his or her parents within limits. In this particular situation, your father is clearly not exercising any discretion with regards to his spending and is in fast infringing …



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