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  1. Isalam, my name is Ali and I’m a 15 year old boy. I live in America but I grew up in Lebanon. Recently I wrote another discussion about my OCD and I got help and I’m very great full but now I have another burden and I would greatly appreciate if someone can help. So basically I live in America and you know how America it’s full of non-believers. In my school the women are not dressed probably and I don’t want to look at them because it’s haram, so I end up looking down All the time which causes me neck problems. Now I don’t if this me being over the top but if it is then it’s because of my OCD. And when I try to look up I see the women from the corner of my eye and I think I’m a kafir again and I start to ask Allah( The Greatest ) for forgiveness. Can you please help me because this is a real issue. And when I’m at home it’s the same thing. If I look at my sister I start getting these or my mom. So I end getting in these weird postures which hurt my body. I get in these weird postures to try to block my vision. Someone told me to stay steadfast but I don’t know what that means. Also I would greatly appreciate if someone could tell me if it’s haram to look at a church. Like I said before I live in America and my school has a church next to it. I sometimes find my self looking in its direction and thinking about which then instantly I think I’m a kafir and I ask Allah for forgiveness. If someone can please help please please and thank I you.
  2. Isalam, my name is Ali and I’m a 15 year old boy. I live in America but I grew up in Lebanon. Recently I wrote another discussion about my OCD and I got help and I’m very great full but now I have another burden and I would greatly appreciate if someone can help. So basically I live in America and you know how America it’s full of non-believers. In my school the women are not dressed probably and I don’t want to look at them because it’s haram, so I end up looking down All the time which causes me neck problems. Now I don’t if this me being over the top but if it is then it’s because of my OCD. And when I try to look up I see the women from the corner of my eye and I think I’m a kafir again and I start to ask Allah( The Greatest ) for forgiveness. Can you please help me because this is a real issue. And when I’m at home it’s the same thing. If I look at my sister I start getting these or my mom. So I end getting in these weird postures which hurt my body. I get in these weird postures to try to block my vision. Someone told me to stay steadfast but I don’t know what that means. Also I would greatly appreciate if someone could tell me if it’s haram to look at a church. Like I said before I live in America and my school has a church next to it. I sometimes find my self looking in its direction and thinking about which then instantly I think I’m a kafir and I ask Allah for forgiveness. If someone can please help please please and thank I you.
  3. Asalam Alaukm My name is Ali and I’m a 15 year old boy. I try my hardest to be a good Muslim and worship Allah as much as I can. I just recently started to be a full time Muslim ( what I mean by that is that I used to do haram things and think badly about Allah) astguforolah. Recently I have been educating my self about Islam and have started to know more about it which increases my love for it. However I have OCD and I learned that OCD comes from the Waswas and that the waswas tells you well whispers to you and makes you do stuff that are haram however I know you are supposed to ignore and seek refuge in Allah. But my main point of why I’m writing this is that I keep getting these thoughts and they are killing me. There bad stuff about Allah, I don’t know if I can talk about them, I don’t know if it’s haram to describe them. However these thoughts come and keep coming the more I resist them. Ever-time they come I ask Allah for forgiveness but even sometimes I don’t feel as if Allah excepted them because of my OCD I constantly keep repeating them and it’s made my life a burden and filled with frustration. And on top of that they make me not to be able to focus in school and I start acting wierd in school like blocking my vision from seeing other women because when I look at a women I start getting bad thoughts or I feel as if I’m a Kafir because my school is right next to a church because I live in America. Ever-time I feel like I’m thinking of the church looking at or just point at it I feel as if I’m a kafir and ask Allah for forgiveness which again because of my OCD is a challenge. I don’t know the difference between what is haram and what is not and when I thinks something that I did is not haram I get these thoughts in the back of my head telling me I’m a kafir and if I don’t ask Allah for forgiveness I am doomed. Also I’m sorry for saying this but I have been beginning to not enjoy salat anymore. Please please help me and I thank you in advance. Salam Alaykum
  4. Okay so I think I seriously have OCD, not to the level where I want to kill myself to end the misery but its bad enough to take most of my mental space. First the basics, every time I sit to pee, I feel like its splashing on my under thigh, the area thats exposed underneath while sitting. and since I feel splashes, I end up doing a lot of washing every time I pee, the front the back the everything. And even though its distressing At least I feel clean at the end of it. Currently I live in Pakistan so we have ample of water in the toilets and proper drainage to avoid flooding in the toilets. But I will be going to the UK for studies and these privileges wont be enjoyed there... and since I was wondering I need to find a way to be able to use the public toilets there without causing a flood, I had an idea this morning. I was just trying it out... so I decided I'll pee while standing, I threw some tissue paper in the seat and I kinda aimed at it so it absorbs the urine, and then I'll flush it out no splashes, minimal washing(as I said I think I have OCD). So when I was at it, it kinda felt like i had splashes of my left leg, now I wasn't sure if there were actual splashes or my mind playing games on me because I was watching very closely as the pee went in the pot and I didn't see any splashes, so I ran my hand on my leg to feel for wetness, I didn't feel anything and I kind smelt my hand later, no odour either. At that time I didn't want to leave the place unclean so I practically showered and washed the floor and all. Now for the sensible side in me; first of all I have a theory, I think my mind just plays games on me and there aren't any splashes, either while sitting OR when i was standing, cause I have tried sitting and not peeing and I still feel some thing on my lower thigh (At this point I realise I sound totally looney) my theory is that since I take my pants off the hair on my legs kinda adjust to being not in pants and thats what feels like splashes... but I don't know how to be sure. And I know the rules regarding doubts are, that when you are not sure that something's gotten najis, ignore the doubt. How am I supposed to do this when the outcome of not washing everything are seemingly disastrous. Please, please, please help.
  5. Assalamualaikum, Last month, my fiance keep on having this involuntary thoughts about religion. He will keep questioning himself "why non muslims are born that way", "isnt it unfair for them to born that way and believe that way" and recently, he asked me "how people living in the forest able to perform their islamic duties." Previously, he ever encountered this before twice, but his able to overcome them by leaving prayers. According to him, everytime he perform prayers, it will hit him 3 times harder- the thoughts and his whole body will aches and he can't concentrate on his prayers. Previously he did seek help from various ustaz regarding his condition, but similarly nothing works and causing him more pain. Last month when he encountered this again, he told me. Most probably Allah is angry with him as previously he gets better without praying, as if he had forgotten about Him. True fact his not because he was too phobia with the thoughts and pain. He can't even stepped out of the house and continue his daily life because its hitting him harder than before. And till today, he continue praying and seek guidance but similarly, he can't concentrate with his prayers. I did came across a post saying that "a person with this constant waswas condition, he should't be constantly praying, and perform any extra worship but only the wajib prayers." isit true?
  6. Salam walikum I have sensed many people claim jinns really enter the body of a person.But that's not true.That's called mania.Even IBN SINA has said in his book that its impossible. It can be religious mania where people might claim stupid things and even can get super powerful that even 4 to 5 people will not able to control such people. Mania is also caused because of depression. And some depression makes a person low in their lives. I have experienced mania in my house my uncle got super powerful strength that made me assume it might be a jinn and he even tried to commit sucide etc but allhamadolillah its being cured BY HOMOEPATHY doctor while alopathy doctor where only able to give you some salts which never cured it. Classic Homeopathy cured mania ,ocd,depression,suicidal problems,mood change,any kinda depression or disease.The most renowned homeopathic doctors is George Vithoulkas . homoepathy is of two types (1)classical one other (2) is theuropetic one(non orthodox) Homoepathy has taken its principal from the book of ibn sina known as kanon of medicine. These depression problems are also cured by BATCH FLOWER REMEDIES which have 0 percent side effects. imam jaffer sadiq(as) has said-The disease origantes from the mind(THATS HOMOEPATHY PRINCIPLES),the disease originates from the soul(its batch flower remedy),the disease originates from the body(that's cured by prayers). But homeopathy works better in JINN KINDA problems ,ocd and mental cases. batch flower remedy is basically for less depressive people.
  7. So I was wondering can intrusive thoughts appear in your dreams continuously? If so where does that fall into all the spiritual aspects of dreams told to us about the Ahlulbayt (a.s) and the Quran? Would they considered muddled dreams? If so, then what does it mean when it appears at Fajr?
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