topics having to do with treating psychological illness, such as waswasah (whispers from the Shaytaan or compulsive thoughts), anxiety, nervous breakdown, suicide, and other family problems; discussing the main problems that Muslim men and women may face in their social relationships.unfollow follow
Her husband is forcing her to wear niqaab and she wants advice
His wife torments his daughter from another wife, and he has a son from her, and he is confused as to how he should deal with her
His wife and her family accused him of having something wrong with his mind; should he take a second wife?
After her husband died she found out that he was a Raafidi, and his behaviour was bad
He does not allow his wife to appear in front of his brothers
Her family forbade her to speak to her friend because of her relationship with her friend’s brother, then she got married; can she speak to her now?
She used to sit with him and his wife, and he decided to marry her and divorce his wife!
She is three weeks pregnant and her husband is threatening her with divorce if she does not abort the foetus
She repented from a haram relationship in which she lost her virginity. Should she marry who fornicated with her?
She is upset by her husband’s many guests who come all the time
She is a new Muslim and is complaining about her husband
Her wali repeatedly refused suitors; can she arrange her own marriage?
She left her husband’s home, and her lover asked her to marry him when she was still married!
She complained about her friend and her brother has forsaken her
He bequeathed one-third of his wealth to his daughters as a punishment to his son for taking all the money
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