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Fornicated, After He Promised to Marry Me (Advise)

Fornicated, After He Promised to Marry Me (Advise)

Ask the Counselor service received this question from a girl who was involved in a physical relationship with a man after promising her that they will get Married; a promise that was not fulfilled.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 July 2014 11:31

I Don't Feel Feminine Enough (ِAnswer)

I Don't Feel Feminine Enough (ِAnswer)
Through our Counseling Q & A series, we published a problem of a girl who feels that she is the more masculine party and the one who makes most of the decisions in any relationship she gets involved i
Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 June 2014 09:23

I Don't Feel Feminine Enough (Share Advice)

I Don't Feel Feminine Enough (Share Advice)
Ask the Counselor service received this question from a girl who has been engaged more than once but all of them broke up, because she feels that she is the more masculine party and she is the one who
Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 June 2014 10:49

Sexually Abused When They Were Kids (Stories)

Sexually Abused When They Were Kids (Stories)
When your child is trying to express something related to sexual abuse, you as a parent must pay attention. These children are distressed by the feeling of guilt and ashamed. They would feel that they
Last Updated on Saturday, 12 April 2014 13:16

How to Stop My Parents' Divorce? (Answer)

How to Stop My Parents' Divorce? (Answer)
Thanks to our readers who tried to help the girl with some advice, and below we present to you the answer received from one of our counselors, Attia Zaidi.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 April 2014 08:23

How to Stop My Parents' Divorce? (Share Advice)

How to Stop My Parents' Divorce? (Share Advice)
Ask the Counselor service received this question from a young girl who is worried about the future of her family as her mother is asking for divorce. She is trying to convince her mother to give her f
Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 March 2014 15:04

NO Ordinary Childhood in Iraq

NO Ordinary Childhood in Iraq
For decades, Iraq has experienced wars, invasion, occupation, civil war, political instability, air raids, bombings, economic sanctions, and sectarianism. This has taken a major toll on the country’
Last Updated on Monday, 24 March 2014 15:07

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