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  • Fight laziness to maintain a happy marriage

    Sometimes, after a period of being married, women become lazy as they lose the desire to do anything. In medicine, laziness is defined as, “A state of drowsiness and disinclination to activity or exertion arising from stress and nervousness, with the accumulation of responsibilities and diverse concerns.” Field studies have proven that women.. More

  • Emotional Communication Between Spouses - III

    Cooperation Between the Spouses Cooperation between the spouses gives life a wonderful flavor. Each of them shares with his partner the times of joy and sadness, poverty and richness, and in taking the right decisions. According to this participation, they become one soul and have effective happiness, affection, mercy and tranquility. There are many.. More

  • Emotional Communication Between Spouses - II

    No Room for Despair Between the Spouses Sexual desire is like any other human desire and is not connected to a certain age, because it is a part of the physical structure of a human. Hence, the wife should know that her own or her husband’s sexual desire does not stop at the age of menopause. If the woman is healthy and does not suffer from physical.. More

  • Emotional Communication Between Spouses – I

    Emotional communication is the key to happiness between the spouses. Marital life begins with strong, good emotions and warm feelings. In the course of time, these emotions may become apathetic and lose their warmth. This is the most dangerous problem in the marital life and would crack its edifice. The wife should pay great attention to this problem.. More

  • Men taking charge of women

    Allah The Almighty Says (what means): {Men are in charge of women by [right of] what Allah has given one over the other and what they spend [for maintenance] from their wealth. So righteous women are devoutly obedient, guarding in [the husband's] absence what Allah would have them guard. But those [wives] from whom you fear arrogance - [first] advise.. More

  • 'You' and 'I': The Art of Communication in Marital Life – II

    There is a huge difference between a positive statement such as: "I always look forward to you returning home in the evening to see you and talk to you", and a negative one such as: "You never care to listen to me even when we meet in the evening." The use of the pronoun "I" in conversation is more influential and more.. More

  • Compatibility between Spouses - II

    What does it mean? Islam did not stipulate freedom as a condition for the validity of marriage, as evident from the following instances of marriage: · Zayd ibn Haarithah, may Allah be pleased with him, married Zaynab bint Jahsh, may Allah be pleased with her · Usaamah bin Zaid, may Allah be pleased with him, married Faatimah bint Qays,.. More

  • Compatibility between Spouses – I

    What does it mean? Compatibility amounts to equality and similarity. In a Hadeeth (Prophetic narration), the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, said: "Muslims are equal in their inviolability of life." [Abu Daawood] Compatibility in marriage means equality and closeness between the spouses in terms of religiosity and morality,.. More

  • Resolving Marital Conflicts: Strategies and Solutions

    What is the best solution when a married couple faces marital problems and conflicts? Contrary to popular practice, divorce or threatening a spouse with divorce is not the right solution. The best solution is patience, endurance and realizing that it is natural for differences to arise between married people. It is also necessary for each spouse.. More

  • The Nearest Way to a Man’s Heart

    Women are fed up with talk about the husband’s rights and would probably cry, “Are there no rights for the wives? Why do you always talk about the rights of the husband? Where are the rights of the wife?” In light of the noble verse (what means): {The believing men and believing women are allies of one another} [Quran 9:71], allow.. More

  • A Family Without Problems

    Islam has established a set of wise rules to protect the family from dispute and disunity. It has also fixed firm principles that save the family from all kinds of problems, which disrupt the happiness of both spouses and put an end to affection and tranquility between them. Moreover, Islam has prevented everything that is likely to disunite family.. More

  • Practical Methods of Solving Marital Problems

    Both spouses should have a realistic view of marital troubles, because, if tackled correctly, they may be a factor in enhancing dialogue and understanding. Marital discord can either be solved or made further complicated, according to the way the couple chooses to deal with it. Necessary Rules It is important to remember that uttering bad words and.. More

  • Women Discover the Secrets of a Happy Marriage

    If you were to ask a girl who has not yet been married about the secrets of a happy marriage, she would consider it a strange question, because she is not married or because she might give a romantic dreamy answer that embodies her dreams, ideals and needs rather than reality. Hence, if we want to discover these secrets, we should ask married women.. More

  • When was the last time you raced your wife?

    Yes, when was the last time you raced with your wife? You might mockingly or disapprovingly smile, yet the question remains, for it bespeaks an invitation to you to follow the Sunnah of the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, in his kind attitude toward his wives. If you claim to follow his, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, Sunnah, in.. More

  • A Word to the Bride and Groom

    Allah The Almighty Says (what means): {And of His signs is that He created for you from yourselves mates that you may find tranquility in them; and He Placed between you affection and mercy. Indeed in that are signs for a people who give thought.} [Quran 30:21] The affection and mercy mentioned in the previous verse can only be attained through certain.. More

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