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  1. 25. When others criticize your child, dont say things such as "yes, he is very lazy/ disobedient/naughty/ spoilt...". Instead, say "today he is not in a good mood... today, he is bored/ tired/...".
  2. 24. Dont punish your child: 1. When he is eating his meal 2. In front of his friends/ peers 3. When he is watching cartoons 4. After arguing with your spouse
  3. 5 Steps To Nurture Emotional Intelligence in Your Child Acknowledge your child's perspective and empathize. Even if you can't "do anything" about your child's upsets, empathize. ... Allow expression. ... Listen to your child's feelings. ... Teach problem solving. ... Play it out.
  4. Tips for raising an emotionally intelligent child: Label Your Child's Emotions. Kids need to know how to recognize how they're feeling. ... Show Empathy. ... Model Appropriate Ways to Express Feelings. ... Teach Healthy Coping Skills. ... Develop Problem-Solving Skills. ... Make Emotional Intelligence an Ongoing Goal.
  5. Antisocial personality disorder is defined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), while the equivalent concept of dissocial personality disorder (DPD) is defined in the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD); the primary theoretical distinction between the two is that antisocial personality disorder focuses on observable behaviours, while dissocial personality disorder focuses on affective deficits.[5] Otherwise, both manuals provide similar criteria for diagnosing the disorder.[6] Both have also stated that their dia
  6. People who: 1. lack empathy (have low emotional intelligence) 2. are psychopaths or suffer from antisocial personality disorder 3. are heavy drinkers 4. are narcissistic 5. show aggressive behaviour and are impatient 6. have low self-esteem 5. have been abused or belittled by others * Men who are hostile to women or have friends who are so, are more likely to commit violent crimes against women.
  7. Salam Please, study the topic below: https://www.shiachat.com/forum/topic/235069784-useful-parenting-tips/
  8. This is from Tahrir al-Wasilah/v. 2: مسألة 2 - لو عقد على امرأة حرمت عليها أمها وإن علت نسبا أو رضاعا، سواء دخل بها أم لا، وسواء كان العقد دواما أو انقطاعا، وسواء كانت المعقودة صغيرة أو كبيرة نعم الأحوط في العقد على الصغيرة انقطاعا أن تكون بالغة إلى حد تقبل للاستمتاع والتلذذ بها ولو بغير الوطء بأن كانت بالغة ست سنين فما فوق مثلا، أو يدخل في المدة بلوغها إلى هذا الحد، فما تعارف من إيقاع عقد الانقطاع ساعة أو ساعتين على الصغيرة الرضعية أو من يقاربها مريدين بذلك محرمية أمها على المعقود له لا يخلو من إشكال من جهة الاشكال في صحة مثل هذا العقد حتى يترتب عليه حرمة أم المعقود عليها، وإن لا يخلو من
  9. I read some parts of his book about Ma'ad and it was interesting. Some parts, in particular, were very interesting. In contrast, i strongly disagree on what he said in his risalah about population growth in which he encourages having more children and even prefers sons to daughters. I didnt expect him to say such words!
  10. It is not a marriage at all. It is child abuse and i cant understand why our scholars allowed it!!! Everything immoral and inhumane must be declared haram even if there is no mention of it in the narrations
  11. In the Name of Allah, the All-beneficent, the All-merciful. Is it the last traveling or something else is in my destiny? However, I am satisfied with whatever it is. I am writing to you in this travelling to be as memory for you in homesickness without me, or may you find something useful in it. Whenever I start traveling, I feel like I will not see you again. Several times on the way, I have imagined your loving faces one by one in front of my eyes and many times I have wept for you. I missed you; I entrusted you to God. Although I had less opportunity to express love an
  12. We had leftover sabzipolo (rice cooked with finely chopped herbs (dill, parsely...) from yesterday. I cooked kuku săbzi (made of chopped herbs and eggs) and ádásee (lentil soup: water+lentils+ chopped potatos and onions (optional)+salt+pepper+lemon juice (optional)). This is adasee: https://www.proportionalplate.com/adasi/ Kuku sabzi: https://fae-magazine.com/2014/07/30/fresh-herb-kuku-kuku-sabzi/ Sabzi polo: https://fae-magazine.com/2014/07/30/fresh-herb-rice-sabzi-polo/ I also made some salad (lettuce, tomatos, zucchinis).
  13. 22. Dont tell your child: do whatever I tell you. Instead tell him: do it because... 23. Dont tell your child: dont forget my words. It is better to say: thank you for remembering my words.
  14. Salam 1. Green 2. Soft but not as soft as other melons 3. Yes
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