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7 Things You Should Know About Pornography and the Brain

Christian Living / Joe Carter May 8, 2013 [Note: The following contains a frank, though non-graphic, discussion of pornography addiction. Parents are therefore cautioned to examine the material themselves before sharing it with children or teenagers.] “Because the human brain is the biological anchor of our psychological experience, it is helpful to …

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Pornography: An evil indulgence 

  He was a wealthy businessman, a father to three beautiful children and a husband to a pious and humble wife. A respectful family man was what the world saw yet he had a dark evil indulgence, pornography. He would sit hunched over his laptop in his plush office for …

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Ramadan: Time to Kick Porn Addiction Out of your System

 muslimmatters.org This article  WILL help you KILL porn addiction or at least start on the road to recovery inshā’Allāh.   ARTICLE HIGHLIGHTS   Physiology of porn addiction & why it’s so hard to quit Porn addicts: you are not losers & you CAN quit The Ramadan connection Simple changes towards a …

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Ramadaan – TV Free Month

Ramadaan : Understanding Television What Can Be Done? By Khalid Baig Television has spread like a wild fire in the world, including the Muslim world. It seems to have overcome the limitations of space and time. Consider place. In Saudi Arabia, one can find the imprints of Hollywood only a few …

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True Stories Proving The Evil Consequences of Free-Mixing

What follows are some of the results of a study on mixing undertaken by some Muslim social science researchers. When we put the following question: ‘What is the Islamic ruling on mixing as far as you know?’ The results were as follows: 76% of respondents said “It is not permitted.” …

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Parents’ mobile use harms family life, say kids

  bbc.co.uk By Judith Burns  Education reporter 23 April 2017 From the section Education & Family Parents who continually check their mobiles can leave children feeling upset and ignored, suggests research An overuse of mobile phones by parents disrupts family life, according to a survey of secondary pupils. More than a …

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Family First!

We are at the peak of danger. Shaykh Hassan’s address to a group of students is worthwhile reading and considering. Where are we heading in a time with our path filled with predators while the caravan of homes proceeds unattended ? Wake up!!!! There will be nothing left called family. …

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Turmoil of the tongue – the ferocious five

Yusuf Omar – Opinion | 14 March 2017/ http://www.radioislam.org.za   There is an English phrase ‘You are what you eat’. I beg to differ. I believe it should be ‘You are what you utter’. Give me the next few minutes to explain why. The boneless tongue has the ability to make peace and …

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Why social media can be more dangerous than black magic

By: Anonymous Source: MuslimVillage New car? Take a selfie. Put it on social media. Child’s birthday? Take a selfie. Put it on social media. New job? Take a selfie. Put it on social media. Nice meal? Take a selfie. Put it on social media. Got married? Take a selfie. Put …

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Social media is full of sad, lonely people

Social media is full of sad, lonely people pretending they’re OK and perfectly fine attention-seekers pretending to be sad We all know that Pinterest users don’t really crave actual breathing social contact – they prefer to sit alone, waiting for death, in a room that smells of guinea pig bedding, …

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