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Adultery, Sex Addiction and Muslims

A Conversation With a Hooker: Adultery, Sex Addiction and Muslims Posted by: Umm Reem Part 1 We are in a mess. We are in a moral and ethical meltdown. No, it’s not lying, cheating, gossiping or anything that is related to the tongue, it’s the other part that our beloved …

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Too many Cooks Spoil the Broth!

http://uswatulmuslimah.co.za/articles/brief-reminders/531-too-many-cooks-spoil-the-broth.html Ever wondered what in the world that meant? Especially when you walk into a world class buffet and take in the spread of food. Hot and cold cereals and porridges, freshly baked rolls and breads of countless varieties stacked neatly in wicker baskets, pastries, crepes, crumpets, pancakes and waffles …

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Polygamy: Rational or Irrational?

  Posted by: Umm Reem   Disclaimer: This article is based on personal observation and could be right or wrong. My conclusion is based on a happy marriage where a husband and a wife love each other and have no major issues, yet the husband still wants to take another …

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A Mother’s Love

  I think this is the most beautiful thing I have ever read in the English language. The first time I read it, it made me cry so much. That was years ago. Ever since then, I’ve been searching for it again. I found it again today. This time reading …

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Polygamy Survival Guide

  Dhakiyya Umm Ruqayya presents a practical guide for how to make polygamy work, drawn from personal experience. Polygamy is often seen as the end of a happy marriage, but it need not be that at all. Take it from me, I’m a happily married first wife and I’m friends …

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Advice to single sisters entangled with married men

by Ustadha Hosai Mojaddidi   The man you claim to “love” and are eagerly waiting on the sidelines for in the hopes that he’ll see you, is keeping you in the periphery for a reason. He knows perfectly well that he can go on enjoying his game on the field …

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Is it natural to argue with one’s spouse?

Question: I got married one year ago but now my wife and I are having arguments and at times we don’t talk although we really love each other. We both end up crying after the episode is over, please advise us how to overcome this. Answer: In the Name of …

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The Road to a Happy Marriage Part 1

1. Learn to forgive your spouse.. Remember the English adage ‘To err is human, to forgive is Divine.’ 2. Misunderstandings and minor differences should not be suppressed. Rather discuss them in an amicable manner, or else this could ultimately lead to a broken marriage (Allah Ta’ala save us.) 3. Learn …

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