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Haydura77

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  1. Dear Brothers and Sisters, Assalamu Alaikum. I just thought I share here something important based on my personal experience and interactions. I I have researched a lot about Shia (Twelver Imams) and I must say, it is a nice, practical and natural denomination that fits with the lifestyle of common people (spiritually, physically, emotionally, etc.); however, some of the interesting insight that I have come across through my various interactions is that the majority of this denomination (which I personally met) do not practice or conform to what is being defined in the Twelver Imam rules
  2. Thank you sister. But I think I will rest my case as I lost hope in getting my point across.
  3. Salam Sister. I take your point and I concur with some of the things you said. However, I was emotionally soft and I have a very flexible and patient mindset. I tried to help her using different ways (as pointed out in a previous message). I even advised her that our children see her as a role model and I was worried about her becoming diabetic, etc. I am not a psychiatrist and personally I do not have the "patience of Jobe" to stretch myself any further. What else should I do? Should I offer to pay for a liposuction? I think we all just need to be realistic and practical at some point. The wh
  4. Absolutely. Some women don't want to get out of their comfort zone.
  5. A few pounds? What about 30 or 40 kilos? Where does it all stop? I have advised my wife courteously to stop drinking pepsi max and over-indulge and I have offered to support her in losing weight by paying and driving her to private exercise lessons in a woman-only gym and I have even offered buying a treadmill/exercise machine for her at home. I have even offered to take and accompany her on a long hike and you now what her final answer was?? Why don't you grow your hair back and I will then contemplate losing weight. Losing your hair is out of our control but gaining weight is something that
  6. Although I find this brother's stance on his wife a bit extreme, I do partially symphatise with him. Some wifes don't look after themselves by gaining weight and ignoring their husband's urges for an intimate relationship and sex. What is the point of marriage if a wife becomes obese and she doesn't bother about her husband when he asks her to look good when he comes back from work. I am sure that husbands strongly advise their wives to exercise (and support them e g. by driving them to the gym) but if they refuse to do so, what is the alternative?! I would appreciate rational answers ra
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