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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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Are you in a Marriage Rut?

On April 9, 2014 By

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Rut #1: Watching TV During Dinner
Why it’s bad: Yeah, we know…it’s the season finale! But ever heard of face-time? You can’t connect with your eyes glued to the tube.

Bust it: Set aside an hour for one-on-one dinners sans TV, phone, or Blackberry three nights a [...]

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Cooking for—and with—someone special is an act of love that can enrich your life, whether it’s an elaborate anniversary meal or an ordinary weeknight dinner that brings you together in the kitchen. As Sarah Copeland, author of The Newlywed Cookbook: Fresh Ideas & Modern Recipes for Cooking with [...]

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The Five Languages of Love

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Love is a quality that all human beings desire to inculcate within themselves. Whether we are husbands, wives, fathers, mothers, sons, daughters, etc. we all desire to love and to be loved. Married or single, every adult has an emotional love tank. When we feel loved by people significant to [...]

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