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Husband Cheated on Me & It’s My Fault

Salam ‘Aleikom,

Number one, if anyone out there has ever experienced being in an affair, the first thing you need to do is not blaming yourself fully. Understtanding why your husband has cheated on you, sister, is not the same as accepting it as an excuse. There is never an excuse for having an affair. And no matter how hard things get, you still have to live up to your dedication and commitment as a married couple. I was very alarmed when you had this in the title of your question that you really believe it is your fault…

About Karim Serageldin
Karim Serageldin, founder of Noor, completed his BA in psychology & religion, followed by an MA in east-west psychology with a specialization in spiritual counseling. He is a certified life coach with years of teaching and community outreach experience. His practical work and research includes developing a modern framework of Islamic psychology, relationship, family and youth coaching. He provides seminars and workshops in the United States. You can contact Br. Karim at: or