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
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Her husband no longer treats her well because she had a relationship with another man
Her fiancé refuses to let her wear hijab
His faith grew weak after he had become righteous and he stopped praying for a few days
Her husband is mentally ill and hurts her. How should she deal with him? Does he have any rights?
What are the limits within which parents may interfere in their son’s marriage? Is he sinning if he goes against their wishes?
Motives for success and overcoming failure
Many calamities have befallen her and she has given up on life, and she is asking for the solution
She wants to stay overnight with her family and her husband wants her to stay with his family
He is attracted to beardless youths; how can he rid himself of this sickness?
His family are criticizing him for staying with them and not getting married; how should he deal with them?
Her sister mistreated her – should she forsake her?
She is refusing those who propose marriage – could it be sihr (witchcraft)?
How should he deal with his wife who is mentally ill?
Acceptable minimum for shrouding