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asked 101 oneummah's gravatar image
edited Sep 28 at 18:17

Salam Sister,

“And if you fear a breach between the two, appoint an arbiter from his relatives and an arbiter from her relatives. If they both desire reconciliation Allah will affect harmony between them. Verily Allah has full knowledge, and is aware of everything.” (An-Nisa 4:35).

It is not possible for anyone on this site to advise you wisely; since none has a full and proper understanding of the circumstances of your marriage.

If your marriage breaks down - and from what you say it is in danger of this - then you and your husband are not the only ones who will be affected. You are aware of this, of course.

The best I can suggest is that you discuss this matter with your husband, and with trusted members of your respective families - in accordance with the verse quoted above.

May Allah (Subḥānahu wa Ta'Ala) guide you. He is the best of guides.

I hope this helps.

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answered 2055 Paulus's gravatar image
edited May 23 at 10:00

Hello sister Try to talk to him directly about you...and try to take a time off between you and him ..about amonth and see what he going to say. And do not make this move(time off)alone..he have to agree with you and do not make it like breakup ... Jest make it like visiting your mother or some thing like this..

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