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Mom Wants Me to be a Teacher, But I Don't

Mom Wants Me to be a Teacher, But I Don't

In this counseling answer: •I ask that you keep an open mind concerning your future and your goals. You don’t have to be what your mother wants you to be. •Don’t argue with your mom about careers right now. Focus on your current studies. Participate in sports as you would like. •You may find that …

Son Blames Parents for Poor Life

In this counseling answer: •While you and your husband have provided your son with an adequate life and sacrificed much alhamdulilah, he is spoiled and ungrateful. •Please never doubt your or your husband’s efforts dear sister, you sound like wonderful parents! As-salamu alaykum, I am sorry to hear your so is treating your husband this way. While …

Sister Doesn't Pray Due to OCD

Sister Doesn't Pray Due to OCD

 In this counseling answer: •Whilst you are concerned about her not praying, do be careful not to force her into it or make her feel bad for not praying. •If you are forceful or negative about her behavior she may eventually develop an even more negative association with prayer. •This will make it even more …

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 …

Disrespectful

How To Deal With A Disrespectful Teen Daughter?

In this counseling answer: •Let her know how it makes you feel and that you have always done what you think is best for her and supported her from birth until now, and you deserve her respect. •Most importantly, explain to her that Islamically we have to be respectful to our parents, even if they …

Mother Loves My Brothers More than Me

In this counseling answer: •It may be helpful to sit down with your parents and discuss your feelings with them in a non-accusatory way. •You may share your feelings of confusion and frustration with them. Just remember to speak calmly and to remember to listen when they speak. •Engage in soft talks with your sister, …

Young Muslim Teacher Wins Maryland Students Hearts

MARYLAND – Joining the staff at a Maryland school as Chemistry teachers, Hena Shami has quickly become popular among the youths, promoting diversity and sharing with them her Islamic culture, Carroll County Times reported. “I was so nervous [on my first day last year],” Shami told the Times in an interview early Thursday morning. “I …

Son, Demands

Cannot Afford the Demands of Our Teen Son

In this counseling answer: •Children are often the barometer for what’s happening in the family, so if the children are having problems of a social, emotional, or psychological nature, it is often due to something that is not working within the larger family system. •Your husband and you need to be on the same page …

Husband's Sons Are Very Stubborn, What to Do?

In this counseling answer: Stubborn teens is a very common problem facing  most of the parents, the counselor advises the sister that she needs to know that kids’ soul and body belong to Allah, not us, so our job is to just make sure we do our job right, and the rest is in Allah’s hand! The …

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Ready to Kick My Son Out of the House

In this counseling answer: •We want to caution you about setting the standards so high and so unachievable that you could be setting up your children for failure. It is natural for each child to have a different personality and a different outlook on life. •Your son neither sounds as though he has a psychological …



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