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In the Name of God بسم الله


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  1. If someone had smoked weed for 5 years and stopped completely are they at a risk of getting a mental illness?
  2. I have always said the same thing to others too. I agree with you
  3. Thank you this means a lot. I might message you about the online scholars if that’s okay with you still. God bless you
  4. This is the perfect answer I was looking for. It’s exactly what I wanted to know. I appreciate this so much. God bless you!
  5. The types of answers I’m looking for is ways to deal with a conversation about Sunni Islam. How can you stop yourself from disagreeing. What if this person finds it so hard to just listen and not argue back or bring up points that go against what he says.
  6. But what if they are already married so it’s hard to break up just because he’s Sunni.
  7. Salam Alaikum, Good questions. Say he was born a Shia and converted later on in life because he felt like Sunni Islam was the truth. Basically most of his family are Shia. He says he loves Imam Ali (عليه السلام) and Imam Hussain (عليه السلام) and enjoys listening to latmiyats. The girl is not a strict Shia but would never convert to Sunni Islam no matter the situation. She loves Ahlulbayt and is confident in her beliefs. However, they get into heated arguments when he talks about the Sahabah and Sunni hadiths. It’s hard for her to be open and listen to what he has to say. How can she be more understanding towards him and not get so irritated when he brings up his own Sunni beliefs? Although, deep down she’s upset because she sneakily wanted to convert him back to his true blood (Shia), but realized it was nearly impossible because he is too firm in his own beliefs. How can she be more accepting and respectful when he brings up Sunni subjects? Or maybe the impossible can happen and she can convert him back to Sunni? What are some techniques she can do?
  8. Would there be any problems later on in the marriage due to differences? What can you do so that there can be respect for each other and to have mutual understanding? For instances, what if during the start of the engagement there were many heated arguments about each other’s beliefs. What would you do to stop yourself from trying to show him that Shia islam is the truth.
  9. Thank you for your answer. He was going to pinch in for the wedding. He was actually planning to do more for the wedding than his family. His family just pretended to help so that they can look good in front of other people. My mom never liked the mom and his sister from the start. It’s a long story on how it worked out in the end. But his sister and mother are very sneaky and shady. His sister fought with him just because my mother spoke out to his mother. The sister and mother told him in their own words “we lied to them about getting gold when we came back from our travels so that they can accept you.” I’m not completely upset about they didn’t get but it’s just the sneakiness and the lies that really upset me.
  10. I agree with you. I think family is so important, this is why I find the situation so complicated.
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