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Marriage with My Teenage Wife is Tiring

Marriage with My Teenage Wife is Tiring

In this counseling answer: “At sixteen, these are questions just being figured out and tested out. She deserves the right to do that without having someone breath down her neck constantly trying to control her social connections and personal self-expression. If you are focused on clothes and make-up, you are missing the bigger picture in taking …

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I Hate My Son

As-salamu `alaykum, May you find the harmony and balance you need between yourself and your son in sha’Alah. You have provided very little information about your situation for us to be of any assistance to you, so our response may not be of much help. One can more than imagine how difficult it is to be …

My Son Is Not Interested in Studies, What Can I Do?

My Son Is Not Interested in Studies, What Can I Do?

In this counseling answer: “Focus on what he is interested in and find ways to apply it to his school studies.  While this isn’t always easy to do, with some creativity you can illustrate how his interests are related to his studies in many ways.  For instance, if he likes playing games you can show …

The Simple Solution To Teenage Love

These days it is very difficult to be a Muslim teenager living in the West. If the parents don’t help their sons and daughters then zina can happen. Here is a simple solution to teenage love.

Dealing With Teenage Son's Hormonal Changes

As-Salamu `Alaikum, How wonderful that your son has such a caring parent, ma sha’ Allah! Here are some thoughts for your consideration. First, remember that unless there are some serious behavioral issues with your son, he is manifesting normal, age-appropriate behaviors. Allah Most High has created us and willed that we go through certain stages of …

Teenage Son Wants to Celebrate New Year's Eve

Teenage Son Wants to Celebrate New Year's Eve

In this counseling answer: “There are some things that you could do hear to strike a compromise, allowing him to go out but giving you peace of mind that he’s not up to no good. One option could be to tell him that he can invite his friends to your house. This way, he still gets …

How to Help Teenagers Cope with Stress?

How to Help Teenagers Cope with Stress?

In this counseling answer: “There are various articles and research pointing towards the hypothesis that kids are more stressed out today than previous generations. There is also research showing they are not. While there are strong arguments on both sides, I think that the best way to address this issue is to monitor your child’s …

How to Teach a Teenager About Islam

In this counseling answer: “If parents have built a strong, trusting, and loving relationship with their children before the teenage years, their children will be less likely to go astray. And by building trusting parent-teen relationships, parents can help teens reduce the conflict and the stress they experience during these formative years.” Wa `alaykum as-salam …

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Muslim College Student: My Best Friends are Boys

Short answer: You should try to be a good friend to everyone, but realize that friendships have boundaries.  A friendship between a boy and a girl must stay within the boundaries of what is permissible.  You can be friends only for the sake of Allah –to help one another in staying on the Straight Way …

How to Prevent My 20-Year-Old Daughter from Going Astray

How to Prevent My 20-Year-Old Daughter from Going Astray

In this counseling answer: “At this point in your daughter’s life, she may feel she is finding herself or redefining herself. She may be experimenting with her identity and her values. In sha’ Allah, she will not make this a lifestyle and she will return to the path of Islam without too much harm being done.” As-Salamu ‘Alaykum, …



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