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My Abusive Mother is Always Angry at Me

My Abusive Mother is Always Angry at Me

In this counseling answer: “Yes, she is your mother, and Islamically you should hold her in high regard, but this does not mean that you should sit back and passively endure such abuse.However, understandably, you also love your mother and want to find a better way to deal with your scenario. Islam teaches us a …

Mom Beats Me Up; I’ll Run Away or End My Life

Mom Beats Me Up; I’ll Run Away or End My Life

Answer: As-Salam ‘Alaykum A, My hear breaks as I read your story. You must be feeling quite alone. You are correct that you are experiencing both emotional and physical abuse in your home. It does seem as if some of your siblings care about you while others might be taking advantage of your situation. Of …

I Think My Mom is Insane

I Think My Mom is Insane

Answer: As-Salamu ‘Alaikum brother, It is understandable why you feel depressed by your mom’s behavior. Firstly, her abusive actions towards you will obviously bring you down. Anyone who is treated in this way will have a difficult time being happy, particularly when such actions come from someone you love and respect more than anyone. Additionally, …

How to Take Care of My Abusive Elderly Mom?

How to Take Care of My Abusive Elderly Mom?

Answer: As-Salamu ‘Alaykum sister, May Allah (swt) bless you for trying to take care of your mom and putting up with her abusiveness. I am sorry to hear of your father’s passing; may Allah (swt) forgive him and grant him Jannah, in sha’ Allah. I can imagine that it is a hard situation for you, …

Abusive Stepmom Wants to Delay My Marriage

Abusive Stepmom Wants to Delay My Marriage

Answer: As-Salaam ‘Alaykum sister, I pray that you have proper guidance and support in your situation. It must be very difficult to feel what you are experiencing right now. Here are a few points you must consider moving forward: – Marriage is a life-long commitment that requires dedication, growth, knowledge, and practical stability. It will …

Hurtful Words from Mom, What Should I Do? - About Islam

Hurtful Words from Mom, What Should I Do?

Peace be upon you dear sister, Yes, I have a word of advice. My advice to you is that when your mom starts saying those words that you think are hurtful or unreasonable, all you have to do is just be silent. That’s it. Be silent. Allah hears. Allah responds. Let me tell you a …

Sexual Abuse & Mom with Psychological Disorder

Suffering from Sexual Abuse & Mentally Ill Mom

Answer: As-Salamu ‘Alaykum sister, Thank you for writing to us. Your letter clearly expresses the pain and abuse you went through as a child. It was horrendous, and I am so sorry you had to go through that. It is evident your mother has some type of psychological disorder; however, only a complete assessment done …

How to Deal with a Broken Family and Stress- Part 2 - About Islam

How to Deal with a Broken Family and Stress- Part 2

Walaikum Assalam Brother, Thank you for your question and for contacting Ask About Islam. Please find below the second part of your answer. You can access the first part at this link. Put yourself in her shoes It might be impossible for you to do until you get married yourself, but brother, try to put …

How to Deal with a Broken Family and Stress - Part 1 - About Islam

How to Deal with a Broken Family and Stress - Part 1

Walaikum Asalam Brother, Thank you for your question and for contacting Ask About Islam. Please find below the first part of your answer, while the second and last part is posted at this link.First of all, we’d like to thank you for putting your trust in us regarding your personal family matter. Secondly, you have …

How to Deal with My Angry Mother?

How to Deal with My Angry Mother?

Assalamu Alaykum Dear Sister, Thank you so much for asking this question and bringing up this topic. May Allah ease all your affairs and rectify your relationship with your Mother and make it your mean to enter Jannah. Ameen. It is indeed difficult sometimes to be dutiful to parents in the situations you described. But …



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