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Married to a Liar; Shall I Divorce?

Married to a Liar; Shall I Divorce?

In this counseling answer: • If your son-in-law is truly lying, he needs help. • Talk to him alone. • Pray to Allah about these matters before making a final decision. • Encourage them to seek marriage counseling. As-Salamu Alaykum dear brother, Thank you for writing to us. As I understand, your son-in-law has allegedly told some lies …

How to Deal with My Unfaithful & Disobedient Wife

How to Deal with My Unfaithful & Disobedient Wife

In this counseling answer: • Look at her other behaviors to see if there’s a correlation. She might go through a crisis or have mental health issues. • If you truly do not want to stay in the marriage then don’t stay in it. You deserve to be happy. As Salamu Alaykum dear brother, Thank you for …

A Long-Distance Marriage: Shall I Divorce My Wife?

A Long-Distance Marriage: Shall I Divorce My Wife?

Salam Aleikom, In this video, you will learn: Are long-distance marriages healthy? What are the options when being in a long-distance marriage? *** Watch more: Disclaimer: The conceptualization and recommendations stated in this response are very general and purely based on the limited information provided in the question. In no event shall AboutIslam, its counselors or employees …

I Can’t Stand My Husband’s Constant Lies

I Can’t Stand My Husband’s Constant Lies

In this counseling answer: “While you are trying to resolve this one way or another, spend more time in the Masjid as well as doing fun, social things with sisters. This can provide you with a break from the sadness you are going through right now as well as build loving supports with your Muslim …

My Husband Made Me Live as a Refugee

My Husband Made Me Live as a Refugee

In this counseling answer: “Your husband needs consistent professional help to have any chance of turning his life around, but you cannot wait around and risk being harmed further, or worse, in the hopes, he’ll change. This will have to come from him on his own terms without you in his presence or his child any …

What to Do When Your Husband's Ex-Wife Dominates

What to Do When Your Husband's Ex-Wife Dominates

In this counseling answer: “I would kindly suggest that once you are clear on a husband and wife’s responsibilities in an Islamic marriage, you sit with your husband when things are calm. Please bring up the points of both his and your responsibility in this marriage as Muslims. Ask him if he is able to …

I Can’t be a Mother; Am I Worthless?

I Can’t be a Mother; Am I Worthless?

In this counseling answer: “When we let fear determine our actions we walk ourselves into situations where we feel resentment, bitterness, and despair. We are clinging to a situation that cannot change and breaks our hearts over and over again. You need to determine what’s right with your heart and not let fear move you.” As-Salamu …

Wife Talks Bad about Me & My Family Behind My Back

Wife Talks Bad about Me & My Family Behind My Back

In this counseling answer: “As a last resort before contemplating divorce, it might be a good idea to seek counselling, ideally with both families present. It is advisable also for you and your wife to attend couple counselling, but since the influence of your families will also be there, it may be more helpful to have both families …

I Found Out My Wife Suffers from Multiple Personality Disorder

I Found Out My Wife Suffers from Multiple Personality Disorder

In this counseling answer: “Try to give things a chance first. Try to understand things from her side and support her through her difficulties. Maybe the love between you will strengthen as you realize the daily struggles she faces. If you still feel too betrayed by her and her family after this time and you feel you …

My Husband Has Never Been Able to Provide for Us

My Husband Has Never Been Able to Provide for Us

In this counseling answer: “Sister, you have to do some searching in your own heart to determine if you want to continue on with this marriage. As you are with your parents now, take this time to heal, to rest, to try to figure out what it is that you truly want. Ideally, I imagine you …



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