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Why Am I Angry at My Muslim Friends During Ramadan?

In this counseling answer: •Your mind’s way of seeking food for your soul is expressing anger and unhappiness. •If God had not given you the faith, you would not have fasted. You would not sought help from an Islamic website. •Find peace by making peace with your friends. Let your feelings come clean and communicate …

3 Anger Control Tips From the Quran and Sunnah

3 Anger Control Tips From the Quran and Sunnah

It’s so easy to say to others, “Don’t be angry,” but not quite so easy to control yourself when your own anger is provoked. There are ways prescribed by the Prophet of controlling one’s anger, including seeking refuge in Allah from Satan, doing wudu and changing one’s physical position.

Control Anger, Anger, Mother

I Want to Control My Anger with Children, Help!

In this counseling answer: •Seeking refuge from Shaytaan and remembering Allah always can help curb anger. •Identifying what makes you angry and minimizing contact with your trigger. •Practicing various anger management strategies and identifying what works best for you. •Find calmer activities like painting or going for a walk . As-salamu Alaikum, Alhamdulilah there are many solutions …


I Am Always Angry At My Mother

In this counseling answer: “First, think before you speak. In the heat of the moment, it’s easy to say something you’ll later regret. Take a few moments to collect your thoughts before saying anything —in fact, when you feel your anger starting to rise, picture a STOP sign in your mind. Count to 10, and …

The Prophet's Wise Tips to Tame Your Anger

The Prophet's Wise Tips to Tame Your Anger

When you’re angry, try to look at your own reflection in the mirror. Try to do it. You will be amazed of what you see. You will probably see a different person all together. But look at yourself how you look when you get angry. This in a way will help you try to stay away from that.

How to Deal with My Short-Tempered Father?

How to Deal with My Short-Tempered Father?

Answer: As-Salaamu ‘Alaikum, I am sorry to hear of the emotional distress you are undergoing. However, I think you should not take your father’s words to heart and make it a cause of serious frustration. At this milestone in your life, you need to focus on your new family, especially your wife, who has just …

Lost My Temper: What Shall I Do

Lost My Temper: What Shall I Do?

Salam Dear Sister, Thank you for your question and for contacting Ask About Islam. To begin with, you have already asked for Allah’s forgiveness. This should be for loosing your temper and not for unintentionally hitting the Quran. Allah does not hold us accountable for unintentional acts. Allah is the Most-Forgiving and the Most-Merciful so …

Beware of Anger the Hunting Dog

Beware of Anger the Hunting Dog

Though naturally passionate and even rebellious, I was never really an angry person. In fact, I tended more toward allowing people to bully me, as I hate conflict and believed allowing injustice was the higher path than defending myself. The first time I recall ever experiencing real, blinding rage, I was around 25 years old and I …

How to Control Anger

How to Control Anger?

Salam Dear Reader, Thank you for sending us your question, and for your desire to purify certain aspects about your character in order to live a more peaceful life with those around you. May Allah ease your task for you and help you lead a peaceful, serene and pure life. Ameen! Now, we see many …

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