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I Prefer Porn to My Wife (Answer)

I Prefer Porn to My Wife (Answer)

Today, we would like to post the answer of our social counselor, Dr. ‘Abd. Lateef Krauss Abdullah to this problem in order to spread the benefit as usual.
Last Updated on Thursday, 05 December 2013 11:55

I Prefer Porn to My Wife! (Share Advice)

I Prefer Porn to My Wife! (Share Advice)
This question came to us, through our counseling service, from a husband, who is addicted to pornography to the extent that he is no longer feeling attracted to his wife.
Last Updated on Thursday, 28 November 2013 09:31

"I'm ًWilling to Give Up This Desire" (Answer)

I'm ًWilling to Give Up This Desire (Answer)
When one's sexuality has been rudely awakened the first time, with the halal context remiss, the inclination remains. It is natural, however far too many people abuse this natural disposition
Last Updated on Thursday, 26 September 2013 14:03

“I Am Willing to Give up This Desire” (Share)

“I Am Willing to Give up This Desire” (Share)
This week, you are invited to read through this problem of a young man who really wants to overcome his sex addiction. You can share your advice and thoughts on how he can find ways out of this destru
Last Updated on Friday, 20 September 2013 15:21

My Masturbation and Blanket of Guilt (Answer)

My Masturbation and Blanket of Guilt (Answer)
The question was answered by Dr. Layla A. Asamarai, an Iraqi American Muslim residing in the United States since early childhood. She has both a master's and doctorate in Clinical Psychology and is cu
Last Updated on Sunday, 13 January 2013 10:23

Are You Porn Addict? It’s Time to Purify Your Gaze

Are You Porn Addict? It’s Time to Purify Your Gaze
At night they all waited till 12am to wait for a show that played soft-core porn every week on regular TV (not cable). I was disgusted and told the guys I don’t watch this stuff, I turned away liste
Last Updated on Friday, 17 June 2011 13:03

Trauma-Driven Addiction on Rise in Afghan Women

Trauma-Driven Addiction on Rise in Afghan Women
Two years after I lost my husband in the civil war, I plunged into depression and despair. My neighbors advised me to get rid of the bad feelings and to cure my pain by eating opium.
Last Updated on Thursday, 30 December 2010 09:07

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