topics having to do with treating psychological illness, such as waswasah (whispers from the Shaytaan or compulsive thoughts), anxiety, nervous breakdown, suicide, and other family problems; discussing the main problems that Muslim men and women may face in their social relationships.unfollow follow
She is sad because she is unmarried and is asking for advice
Our worries are bothering us a great deal!
His mother forced him to fall short with regard to the rights of one of his two wives
Should she agree to be a second wife or be patient?
He did a marriage contract with her and she changed – should he divorce her?
She lives with her mother-in-law and there are a lot of problems between them
Who has more right to her son – her or her husband whom she suspects of witchcraft? What are the signs of the practitioner of witchcraft?
His wife became Muslim but he hurts her and mistreats her
His mother makes false accusations against his wife
He has been guided recently, and his family and friends mock him. What should he do?
He is hesitant to marry this girl because of her lack of religious commitment
Problems with his family because he is depressed
Does his wife become haraam for him if he commits zina with her sister?
Husband Forcing Wife to Divulge Private Conversations
Do not panic if du’aa’s are not answered