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Waswaas, bad thoughts

 

hi im 19 .Recently I have been suffering from waswaas I don't know whether should I call it waswaas or just doubts.a lot of times I cant recognize whether its coming from me or shaithan I know many people get waswaas while doing ablution , praying or engaging in any religious activities..bt mine is something different I get all  the bad thoughts and so many kinds of doubts about small and silly things bt not with ablution ,or forgetting the no of rakats or something like that..when I was small I had waswaas in my prayer ablution n ol bt now that waswaas is gone bt this is very different for me world is full of doubts like for example checking whether I locked the door and sometimes very very bad thoughts which I dislike most..i even have a doubt whether these thoughts can be called as waswaas ..pls help me as I have been struggling with this for months n its getting more worse n worse what is the Islamic perspective on dealing with doubts please give me any duas to overcome doubts and to get a peace of mind..

shamsin

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  1. Assalaamualaikam

    It's normal for a person to have occasional worries, but when they become overwhelming it's time to seek help. It might be worth looking into some self-help for anxiety management in the first instance, and talking to your GP or family doctor if things don't get better. At the same time, make dua and ask Allah to ease your worries.

    Midnightmoon
    IslamicAnswers.com editor

    • I would be glad if u can give me some duas or dhhikr to recite everyday to get rid of all the doubts and worries in my mind..since the day when my imaan has disappeared my life has become dark I do sins everyday I don't feel peace pls give me solution to feel the imaan also

  2. I would be glad if u can give me some duas or dhhikr to recite everyday to get rid of all the doubts and worries in my mind..since the day when my imaan has disappeared my life has become dark I do sins everyday I don't feel peace pls give me solution to feel the imaan also

  3. aoa
    first of all i feel sorry for what is happening to you , i feel like you are becoming a victim of OCD. Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder in which people have unwanted and repeated thoughts, feelings, images, and sensations (obsessions) and engage in behaviors or mental acts in response to these thoughts or obsessions as a result of these repeated fears you might end up checking the locked doors again and again or you might even urge to repeat an action over and over again. its never too late to speak up for help you should try talking to a psychiatrist,this could help you.

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