Marriage Difficulties; We Speak Different Languages

07 April, 2021
Q Even though we are both Muslims, our brains are molded differently due to our cultures. This is what has been the most difficult for us - add to the different first languages.

Answer

In this counseling video, you will learn:

You are not alone, sister!

You do not need to give up your culture, neither he. Mutual respect and supporting the other is a must.

Use this opportunity to get to know each other’s culture.

Learn each other’s language.

Remember the common things between you – at least that you are both Muslims. Pray, read Quran together; use this as a tool to unite the both of you.

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About Hannah Morris
Hannah Morris is a mum of 4 and she currently works as Counsellor and Instructor of BSc. Psychology at the Islamic Online University (IOU). She obtained her MA degree in Psychology and has over 10 years of experience working in health and social care settings in the UK, USA, and Ireland. Check out her personal Facebook page, ActiveMindCare, that promotes psychological well-being in the Ummah. (www.facebook.com/activemindcare)