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Abusive Non Muslim Mother

Submitted by Anonymous on Sat, 03/02/2019 - 18:26

Assalamuaikum I am a Revert. I embraced Islam 3 years ago. I come from an Indian Hindu Family. My mother is an extremely rude lady. All my childhood I have seen her fighting with my father and other family members. I also happen to marry a Muslim girl soon Inshallah whose family has agreed to her in my marriage despite being a revert. Now that I have converted to Islam and also am going to marry a Muslim girl, my mother is strictly against this. She is a strict Hindu worshipper. She is extremely rude and she has been torturing me for 10 months now. She curses me day and night.

Hysterectomy in Islam

Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 01/22/2019 - 09:27

Assalamu alaykum, My friend has 2 kids, a boy and a girl. She is currently pregnant with another girl. She is now thinking of getting a hysterectomy after having the 3rd child. She has discussed with her husband and have both agreed on this. She has no medical conditions that will affect her if she was ever to get pregnant again, but they both don't feel like having any more children. What is the ruling on this?

Physical Looks (Spouse Selection)

Submitted by Anonymous on Sat, 12/08/2018 - 21:34

Islam says to look into behaviour and islamic Akhlaq when we look for our better half. But I am here because I am actually fed up. All that I have experienced is looks, color that has mattered to people so far. I am here to look for some support basically as I think I am broken down to the core. My Salah my nature doesn't matter actually and it is painful to see parents go through this.

Mother-in-Law

Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 10/28/2018 - 10:42

Assalamo alikyum, I left a very expensive gold ring in my bathroom that been abducted by my mother in law. I found it in her bag and did not take it out. Now she has realized that i checked her bag and telling me that parents can steal things from their children as they raised children. And when kids were young everything was at their disposal and parents wont say anything when children used that stuff. So, if now parents steal or hide something from son's house whether it belongs to daughter in law it is absolutely fine. She was also quoting some Hadith to back up her saying.

Regarding Children

Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 09/18/2018 - 17:02

Asalaam salaam,  I wanted to ask regarding my children's disability money and matter regarding my husband. I have sons that are both autistic an receive disability living allowance. I got really divorced from their father when they was very young and he has not been involved in their lives. Before  i was married tp my second husband I use to use their money on them. Everything they needed nothing else.

Medical Issue

Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 07/27/2018 - 15:54

As Salam u alaikum wa rahmatulahi wa barakatuhu . I have a a daughter who has a medical issue . The treatment requires us to go to another country leaving my husbands mother and father behind . They are Alhumdulillah in good health . My parents will be there with me . My husband wants to travel back and forth 3 months with us 3 months with his parents . I really need him for my child and for moral support . The treatment is supposed to last 2 -3 years . My question is do i have the right to ask him to stay with me for that time or no ?

Counsel - Parents/Sile Rehm

Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 06/29/2018 - 14:29

Salaamalaikum. I have parents who have had long standing issues with my brothers wife. There had been some past problems that have to this day gone unresolved. It is now my nephews wedding, and my parents do not want to attend as a result of their problems with his mother. They also do not want me or my wife to attend my nephews wedding in fear of people telling us bad things that will drive me away from my parents.

1. What does islam say on their rights on this matter. In light of no valid reason to not go, should I disobey and go to the wedding?

Homosexual

Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 06/13/2018 - 09:05

So my elder brother has been giving us problems since he was in the 6th grade. He suffers from depression and social-anxiety along with a very low self-esteem. He randomly has mood swings and has so much jealousy/envy and hate in him, he hates seeing any man that he feels is better looking than him so he’ll only hang around losers who he believes are below him. He has a terrible relationship with my other brother who he feels threatened by even his presence. And doesn’t have such a great relationship with my dad either, but will still tolerate him over my other brother any day.

Parents

Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 06/12/2018 - 21:28

Assalamualaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barkatuhu as stated above how to deal with parents who always misunderstand what their son has to say. First of all they do not agree on if my husband advices secondly if he sends him monthly needs they are never thsnkful they complain always. And most importantly they do have other sources of income but still they pressurize my husband to send a fixed amount of money which he cannot afford and we end up with no money left for us. But they say they are parents and we are not supposed to argue at any cost we shall obey them whatsoever.

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