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3wliya_maryam

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  1. As long as the woman can balance out work and family life (while obviously prioritising family first), then it shouldn't be an issue. Sayyeda Khadijah (عليه السلام) did.
  2. Didn't Saffiya the daughter of Imam Hasan (عليه السلام) become a lecturer in Egypt, teaching male scholars? It was said that Sayyeda Fatima al Zahra (عليه السلام) was also a teacher and she taught Jabir ibn Abdillah al Ansari who narrated Hadith al Kisa, otherwise how else would he have narrated it. I heard this in one of the videos from Sayed Jawad al Qazwini, I'll see if i can find it when i have the time. At the end of the day, it does depend on the setting and the environment. I do agree that male students do need more male teachers who are good so that they have a role model they can look up to.
  3. I don't know why, but I'm kind of in the middle between segregation and mixed, I believe both should be practiced. I went to a private islamic school and the classes were mixed but at the same time both guys and girls were separated in the classrooms. The only times they allowed us to interact with the opposite gender were in group projects or during assistance, in fact they encouraged it sometimes so that we could improve our communication and interpersonal skills with both genders. It made more sense once I graduated and entered university why it seemed to be the case, along with finding a job. However, given the fact that we're living in scary times and this lgbtqz+ whatever nonsense has been spreading, parents are now fearful for putting their children in public schools where they are mixed.
  4. I find it dumb that they're shamed for this, yet little do they know going to therapy is a form of rizq and blessing from Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) that He provides us with these tools in the first place. But small minded people won't agree, especially those who think that mental illnesses are a made up thing. Islam can definitely help with some forms of mental illness, but that doesn't mean one should disregard therapy. Most of us require therapy for unprocessed trauma.
  5. Salam alaikum, I was wondering if anyone here knows a platform or anywhere where I can email an online shia sheikh regarding a personal matter. I cannot email a marja as it is something to do with visions/dreams jazakallah khair
  6. What these men don't realise is that the wife is not obliged to even lift a finger for her husband and if she does so willingly and isn't forced then that she will be rewarded for it. Nothing is more frustrating than hearing an immature man not willing to compromise with basic house chores. Where does it say she has to obey him over an untidied house?
  7. Salam alaikum, I understand how you feel. I feel this way too sometimes, but I want to assure you that marriage isn't everything. Yes, we all desire to get married and become happy, but it is not the answer to happiness and I realise this more and more with time. You find spouses being happy with kids and they seem to have a fulfilling life, but you don't see the bigger picture. Not just with marriage but with everything else. Just make dua, and put your trust in Allah, for surely He will give you better. I had a cousin in her late twenties who just wanted to get married and waited for a long time. Eventually she got married to an amazing husband who treats her like a queen and now has a beautiful daughter. Continue to be patient. I ask Allah to make it easy for you sister. fee amanillah
  8. A friendship heartbreak is another level of pain, one that I do not wish on anyone.
  9. Wa alaikum salam, I understand what you are going through. Although I haven't been diagnosed for anything yet I can relate to a lot of what you said and it can definitely be a huge struggle. Maybe try and see if there are alternative medications? I highly doubt there is any notion against it Islamic wise, but if you feel like it could impact your health, maybe the psychiatrist can offer you different drugs. I heard that cognitive behavioural therapy can help deal with some symptoms. Insha Allah everything works out well for you.
  10. Reality is a scary thing.
  11. Well, I don't know where you live. And based on the name of the source, it doesn't sound legitimate.
  12. They don't prefer celibacy. Men just want to have fun nowadays and they don't wanna commit or have responsibilities because they're that spoiled and dependant
  13. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qT923kDJzY A great video on ungratefulness by Nouman Ali Khan. Inshallah we all learn to increase our gratitude in this blessed month of Ramadan.
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