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100 Tips for Wives

http://www.wisewives.org/blog/2011/02/17/7-i-surrender First, read what these authors have to say about the importance of the role of the woman in a marriage, and how much tweaking just a few things here and there in your attitude and dealings with your husband can change the whole dynamic of a relationship. Then check …

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Why Doesn’t My Husband Love Me?

 BY LAURA DOYLE Being married to a man who was once affectionate and thoughtful, but isn’t anymore, is painful and heartbreaking. I still remember what that was like. It hurts just thinking about it, even though that was years ago. But what if the underlying problem was something you could …

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5 ways to improve your marriage using your iPhone

Below are five practical ways you can improve your marriage using your smart phone by Dave and Ashley Willis  We live in an age of technology where most people spend more time with their cell phones than they spend with their husbands or wives. Despite the negative drawbacks our phones …

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Respect each other in Divorce

by MS Saeed All over the globe, including in South Africa, the divorce rate among couples of all religious beliefs, creeds, social classes, racial and ethnic groups is increasing daily. Not long ago the word “divorce” was only in the dictionary or off- limits in many families and cultures. Couples …

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‘Can you’ or ‘Will you’

 http://www.wisewives.org/   Men like to solve problems and fix things…we all know that. That need is deep rooted in everything they do. A woman should appeal to this type of personality by asking him to help her solve problems. This type of treatment can be very useful when you want …

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Divorced Before Marriage

Rahma K reveals a shocking trend increasing among young Muslims. SISTERS Magazine Someone I know recently got married. Coming from a family settled in the Western world but having indigenously ethnic Muslim roots, I was a bit taken aback by something the bride-to-be said before her wedding day. She had …

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“Delightful Disputes”

 Munira Ezzeldine In order to achieve conflict resolution a person must first: Begin with basic acceptance of their partner’s personality. Accept that there is no absolute reality in marital conflict, only two subjective realities. Have respect for your spouse and be open to his/her point of view. Not let things …

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