Islamic marriage advice and family advice

Tag Archive for ‘inlaws’

I want to save my marriage and my relationship with in-laws from my sister

I want her to stay far far away from my hubby and in-laws. Because she’s good at playing with words I fear she’ll spoil my relations with my in-laws too.

Marriage problem

I am not happy with my husband and my inlaws were never kind with me.

My mother-in-law uses abusive language and mentally harasses me.

I want my husband to give me a separate house and privacy, because everyday I feel I am doing sin as my brothers in law are always in the hall and the house is very small that I have to face them. My question is, what does islam says about the mother in law and her rights on the daughter in law? My mother in law says she and my father in law are first, and then my husband.

My husband and his family constantly criticise me and have stopped me from talking to my family.

I am married for 5 years, blessed with a daughter and I know should not get divorce for my daughter’s sake. But my husband hates me, abuses me, swears at me, asks me to earn more, curses me…

Problems in marriage due to Inlaws

I am feeling very anxious and frightened about puting words down about my current circumstances but I feel I no longer have a choice, I pray that Allah (SWT) guides me and do wholeheartedly trust that only He can give me the strength to make the right choices.

Christian woman reconnected with the child’s father (Muslim) after over a decade

We are both young and educated so we want nothing from each other apart from happiness and peace and a HAPPY reunion after all these years. But as a christian i was brought up to believe that the acceptance of inlaws is important where marriage is concerned

Living with In Laws

I am recently married +/- 6 months now. I am living with my inlaws. My husband and I does everything with my in-laws even go on every holiday together, go out every weekend with them. I have spoken to my husband that we need our alone time together and we need to make our own decisions about stuff like going on holidays together.

Did we sin by marrying despite my in laws’ disapproval?

My husband and I were both born in the USA so we understand that Islamically this is permitted and culture does not matter. I know it is haram to cut off ties with family, but my in laws refuse to accept me as their daughter in law, and are upset with their son for going against them. Have we sinned? I know we are to obey parents, but in matters of deen, such as marriage, obedience to Allah comes first.

My husband is not good to me and now I like another man

I have been married for 7 years and have 3 wonderful children. The problem is with my husband. In the first year of marriage he and his family threw me out of their home twice. The first was because I wasn’t happy with him going out all the time and dissapearing for hours. This caused arguments between us, his mother thought that i didn’t have any right to question him in anyway.

His family don’t know I’m his wife, so I allowed him to re-marry. But he won’t treat us equally.

I was a single parent when my husband married me. My family knows about it but his family don’t know. He cannot tell them because we are different nationalities and his family especially his mom will not accept.

I agreed for him to marry again because I didn’t have the right to say no. The problem is that because his family doesn’t know that he is married already, he will be unfair with me regarding equality of wives.