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2Timeless

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  1. To those seriously offering consolation to someone who clearly hasn't comprehended just how grave his little "mistake" was, honestly, grow up. How much lower can a person sink? A husband and wife's relationship is one of utmost trust and confidence in every possible way. To have your own husband harm you, when he's meant to be the closest and most valuable thing to you is one of the worst things that can happen to a woman. Like mentioned earlier, you didnt just harm her physically and cause her to be admitted to hospital for a number of days. You scarred her mentally and no matter how dramatic I'm sounding right now, God knows what she's going through. God knows how she'll develop the courage to move on with her life and trust other men. What you did happened in the space of a few moments but it will affect her life forever. The sin you committed is a horrible one, one that many wouldnt ever forgive (hence her divorce). But Allah will forgive you if you show real remorse. This is a wake up call for you and you need to start owning up to your issues and fix your anger management problems, because without doing so you will never move on with your life. Pray for forgiveness and change your behaviour and your mentality, and hopefully Allah can forgive you and your ex wife will be able to recover mentally and physically.
  2. Does anyone know of any Shia podcasts that are less centred around fiqh and more around akhlaq?
  3. @Irfani313 thank you so much for the thoughtfulness of this thread, hopefully everyone who comes across this thread can take away something positive that will influence the way they behave. May Allah reward you for your efforts!
  4. And who suggested that we are professionals? If someone is depressed maybe all they need is to feel a part of a community or that their feelings are justified. Having a mental health forum wouldn't be a substitute for seeing a professional.
  5. You see that's why a forum would be useful, youd learn that fridges don't talk and you are indeed hallucinating. There is a light at the end of the tunnel brother, one day you'll get there. This happens regardless of a forum on mental health.
  6. Salam, I was wondering why there isnt a mental health forum? It could potentially open the site up to alot more people who would be more interested in mental health and how that ties in with Shia Islam etc. There are also many Shia Muslims suffering from various mental illnesses, so wouldn't having a mental health forum be a good idea?
  7. The male ego is so fragile it actually hurts to observe. Just take a look at the threads they start.
  8. I'm not saying that it's an infatuation on both ends. I'm sorry about your sister. But, for the guy it was probably just an infatuation, which is why he found no difficulty in giving a "lame excuse". Girls often fall victim to random mens infatuations because they actually believe them when they say they're in love and want marriage. What I'm saying is, it's an infatuation sometimes (either from one party or both).
  9. Confessing "love" is usually a mere infatuation especially in young, inexperienced Muslims. Anyway, like you said, it's not an ordinary thing in Islam and I can’t think of a situation where such a "confession" would be halal. So, with that in mind, how can you expect there to be a specific Islamic ruling on it? The ruling is the same with all other rulings on haram actions : just stop it. Forget about the 'relationship ' or whatever it was, and move on. It shouldnt be that hard if most Islamic guidelines are stuck to initially.
  10. @ali_fatheroforphans I agree with most of what youve said, but calling a random person you may have developed feelings for an "ex" is just too much. By that logic people have 100 exes without ever having an actual relationship. The solution to your problem is ignore attempts to reconcile if you don’t want it, and move on. It's not a big deal. I think you're giving an immature and childish infatuation too much thought.
  11. Its astonishing how much one sentence can tell you about a person. You realise that one sentence invalidates any and all posts you create now...quite a tragedy.
  12. Lol what does that even mean? Hes like a partially completed house but in need of much renovation? Doubt it's actually that fun irl.
  13. I also just want to point out that most people have relationships while they study/work. They even cohabit together etc. So what's the difference with marriage for Muslims? Just a word that is said? A contract that is formed? It's no different to what westerners do throughout university and their working lives.
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