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Muslim girls have eating disorders too

  The article hereunder was submitted by a sister who requested its publication for the benefit of the Muslim community.   When I was put to the task of writing an article related to counseling, I wracked my mind for an idea. What could I write, after possibly, a five …

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Corrupting Hijab Part 2: Modesty fashionably misunderstood

Bint us Salaam – Opinion | 01 August 2014/04 Shawaal 1435 Click here for Part 1 Hijab has become a sensitive topic to write about. Many women will only open themselves to reading an article with the word “Hijab” if it has the words “latest trends” in its title. But when …

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I DIDN’T LOVE MY WIFE WHEN WE GOT MARRIED

idealmuslimah.com The writer of the article is not a muslim. The purpose and message of the article is to show the reality of love is totally different from what is portrayed in the western media.   I’m a ridiculous, emotional, over-sentimental sap.  I guess that’s why I told my wife …

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OF LOVE, PARENTS, AND RAMADAN

 MuslimMatters  by Sadia Virk When I was getting married, friends and family members alike were busy sharing advice and tips for the new life ahead of me. Conflict resolution skills, how to divide up household chores, keeping good relations with your in-laws, how to whip up a dinner in 30 …

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Women hating on women

  Is sisterhood dying? Bint Assalaam – We hear it often, “By nature women are nurturers.” Just not always with each other. We easily speak about how men hate on women, but let’s talk about our propensity as women to hate on each other. And we do it frequently. Almost habitually, …

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Drugs Scourge: Muslim girls being hooked

Shoks Mnisi Mzolo – Cii News | 1o June 2014/11 Shabaan 1435 The De Deur Health Centre has been inundated with calls and patients since opening its doors four years ago. The centre, in the Vaal, is South Africa’s first to cater for female patients struggling with drug abuse. Being outpatient …

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HABITS FOR SUCCESS IN YOUR FAMILY

  1. Start by choosing the right spouse (Qur’aan, Surah Nur: 34) 2. Efforts must be exerted to correct any defects in a spouse once married. Develop the family spiritually. Remember Allah often. (Qur’aan, Surah Nur: 87) 3. Inculcate Imaan (faith) in the children. Follow the Sunnah and read the Qur’aan regularly especially Surah al-Baqarah (Chapter 2). Take …

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Sustaining Spousal Love

Islaaminfo.com Quell Insecurity, Give Space   “You just spent the last half an hour on the phone! What were you discussing that made you laugh so hard? I’ve been waiting for your conversations to end, just to have a scrap of your attention.” Have you ever known someone who is …

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Wedding of Fātimah radiyallahu anha

  Fātimah radiyallahu anha is the youngest daughter of our beloved Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Out of all the children, she was the most beloved to him. He said, ‘The queen of the ladies in Jannah is Fātimah.’ He also said, ‘Fātimah is part of my body. Whoever grieves her, …

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Tips for A Successful Marriage

.•*””*•..•*””*•. Tips for a successful marriage .•*””*•..•*””*•Men are often stubborn and have a hard time forgiving…BE PATIENT WITH THEM.  If Allah swt puts it in their hearts, they’ll eventually come around. And if they don’t…JUST PRAY FOR THEM. They’re still our brothers in Islam.   Women too can be very …

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