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Marriage is not a game, nor it is an end in itself to be accomplished and then set aside.
It is a means for two people to become better, through their love for one another and for their Creator.
Islam puts a lot of emphasis on marriage as the cornerstone of a thriving community and nearly all Muslims who “qualify” for marriage are encouraged to seek out spouses in order to fulfill half of their deen.
This folder is meant to highlight some of the major issues to consider before marriage, and useful tips during a marriage in order to reach right decisions and for husband and wife to live a happy married life.
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| Choosing the Right Spouse |
Happily (N)Ever After
A marriage is built on trust. If either spouse loses that trust in the other, hell awaits. It’s that simple. A loving marriage cannot exist unless trust is its bedrock.
| Good Communication Makes a Happy Marriage |
Men and Women: Made to be Different
It is a duty upon every man and woman to understand their spouse. Life is not what you see in movies or what you read in romantic books. It is far better than any of the movies made on earth for it is not based on mere enjoyment but the trust, love and belief.
Marriage As a Roller Coaster: Special Tips
Before marriage, many young persons have an incomplete idea that a happily marriage is just all about falling in love. Later on, they are shocked to know that life is not all roses. These tips help you to have a happy marriage and full of understanding and love.
| How to Overcome Marital Obstacles |
Between Men and Women, What is Midlife Crisis?
Marital love requires extraordinary effort from both parties if it is to last and remain vital. The difficulty of marital love does not lie in those small disagreements that are a normal part of everyday life and that all couples have to work out. Indeed, such problems sometimes revitalize the relationship, like spice in a savory dish.
After Break-up: Check an Emergency First-Aid Kit
Sad but shocking reality: the divorce rate amongst Muslims in North America is one of the highest in the world. Many assume divorce means problems began in the course of the marriage, whether it was communication breakdown or irreconcilable differences. But there are many difficulties that lead to divorce which could have been avoided right from the beginning.
| Counseling & Frequent Questions |
Need to Heal from My Husband's Betrayal
I had been married for seven years. My ex-husband left me for another woman. It has now been two years. I still do struggle with the pain but I’m generally fine. I have been approached by about four eligible Muslim brothers for marriage but my heart always seems heavy to accept.