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*Marital Guidance

‘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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Weekly Ladies Program Audios

http://www.uswatulmuslimah.co.za/ Prescription for Peace and Contentment Moulana Muhammad Ilyaas Patel Weekly Ladies Program Date: 2015-11-10 Format: MP3 Size: 6.4 MB Download    Passing the Exams of Life Moulana Muhammad Ilyaas Patel Weekly Ladies Program Date: 2015-11-03 Format: MP3 Size: 6.0 MB Download    Surah Tahreem Moulana Naeem Motala Weekly Ladies …

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Take It On Faith

Miriam Islam starts a new series looking at inspiring relationships in the families of the prophets. SISTERS Magazine Imagine you were on a long car journey with your family; you would hope it would be uneventful and stress-free. At best you expect the roads to be clear; at worst you …

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A Wounded Heart

Author: Maria Karim Source: www.muslimaat.net The sudden dreadful crying and screaming woke Zainab up. She lay on her bed, burying her face into the pillow, trying hard to block out the growing noise coming from the other room. It had hardly been two hours since she had cried herself to …

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What Most People Don’t Know Before Getting Married

BY KERRY PETSINGER My husband and I have been married for 10 years. Here are some of the things I’ve learned over the past decade. #Marriage is not two people giving 50/50 Marriage is about two people each giving 100%. When you start keeping track of “all the things you do …

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