Parents and Puppy Love

On April 23, 2014 By

via suhaibwebb.com

Parents are our first glimpse into understanding the concept of love. In this narrative, a sister describes the romanticized love she has been blessed to witness from her parents.

“The narrative is not my own but it is still a personal one. It is about the two most important people in [...]

Continue Reading

via galtime.com

Love takes time and hard work to nurture. And, for newlyweds, this is especially true, following the intensity and attention that accompany a wedding and honeymoon. What are some practical ways for newlyweds to keep the honeymoon phase going strong, and the spark alive as the marriage progresses? Here [...]

Continue Reading

via huffingtonpost.com

What do you need to think about before calling it quits? The experts weigh in.

1. Do I Have A Hard Or A Soft Problem?
If you have what marital therapists call a “hard” problem, for example, your spouse is abusing you or has untreated addictions, says William Doherty, [...]

Continue Reading

via suhaibwebb.com

Here is an inspiring narrative of a woman who was married through an arranged marriage, who grew to love her husband with passion and compassion, and who was there for him—as he was there for her—through the thick and thin of life.

“AlhamduliLah (praise be to God), I’ve [...]

Continue Reading

via muslimmatters.org

Male-bashing articles are notoriously en vogue, admittedly for valid reasons. From the outset, let me clarify this won’t be one of them. The difficulties faced in joining a man to a woman with previous (or more) relationship experience isn’t just a “Muslim male” problem, but a social phenomenon with dimensions that [...]

Continue Reading