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What To Do If Husband Cheats In Islam

so my brothers and sisters, these are golden words of advice. Sometimes our friends will come andtell us break it, like I said, and that may not be the best advice. I told you to calm down.Sometimes seek the guidance of someone whom you respect. Ask them. The sad thing is you talk to yourfriends, the whole village is going to know what happened. And people will start talking about itand make it very difficult for you to reconcile. So don't go out and just tell the whole world andannounce it on social media. My husband was cheating on my wife was cheating Hang on, it will makeit more difficult for you to reconcile. In initially keep quiet about it. You know, try and process

What To Do If Husband Cheats In Islam

selam allekum, dear brother i am seeking guidance. i have been married for 22years and have 2 children. i just found out that my husband who is a hajii had an affair that lasted 1 year. i caught him and he confessed. my problem is that i cant trust him anymore. i feel so hurt and betrayed. i cry everyday.i know the islamic way is to forgive and he asked for my forgiveness but i cant. i said may Allah forgive you but i cant. i suspected something was wrong several months ago and i asked him to swear on the holy quran that he was not having an affair. he swore on the holy quran knowing he was lying. how and i suppose to trust a man who holds the quran and lies? i dont know what to do, i dont want him to leave because i dont want to ruin my childrens lives the way mine was ruined. my children love their father very much. he has since changed alot. he stays home more, he is more involved with the children and he plays with them more. i dont know how to continue my life with him. i dont trust him. he said he will do whatever i want him to do. if i want him to leave he will. he wants us to go on with our lives together and forget the past. he said it has been over for a while and he doesnt want to talk about it because it is over. he said it was a mistake and if he could take it back he would. i havent told my parents because i am so ashamed they adore him. i have no one to talk to about my problem.i dont know if the right thing to do is to stay with him or divorce him for what he has done. i know in islam divorce is the last resort and it would devestate my children. but every time he goes to work (she worked close to his job) i worry that he is still with her. he said it is over but i still dont trust him he has lied to me for year. i am at a loss and i just dont know what to do. every time i pray i ask allah for patience so that i may try to go on. i am truly at a loss, please advise

If a man cheats over and over with different women he will always cheat: but the sad part the last one got pregnant and later on his wife divorced they tried several times In getting back together he was still sleeping around: then he goes back to one of them that had a baby by him and they get married ; if he cheated multiple times on his first wife he will cheat on the second ; there is no way a man like that can be trusted : and the wife always went after married men broke two homes up what does she expect out of this marriage

For example, If a husband bought a gold chain for the second wife then he has to get the same gold chain (as the same amount worth of that) to the first wife. His burden is doubled for what he had made. As for you, it is different. You have only one spouse to fulfil his need.

Dealing with infidelity in a romantic relationship, let alone a marriage, is undeniably very difficult. Questions such as what to say to your cheating husband, what to do when husband cheats, and so on will flood your mind.

Was this infidelity a one-time thing, or has he been doing this for a long time? Was it with multiple people or just one person? This is another important aspect of what to say to your cheating husband.

Your husband might give you the silent treatment to control your behavior. They may become withdrawn until they get what they want. These tactics should not be part of a healthy and loving relationship.

Quran 4:34 Instructs men to beat their wives if they fear nushūzahunna, a word commonly understood to mean "their disobedience" or "their rebellion", though the exact meaning of the word is unclear (see Quran 4:128, which gives instructions to women who fear nushūzan from their husbands). The word 'beat' in the Arabic is daraba.[1] Although a small number of modern Islamic scholars, apologists, and activists have argued that the word daraba in the verse does not mean 'beat', the overwhelming majority stand with the Islamic tradition and the unimpeachable linguistic case that is made in agreeing that 'beating' is what the verse instructs. No Arabic dictionary or serious scholar has dissented from this consensus.

Yusuf Ali translation: Men are the protectors and maintainers of women, because Allah has given the one more (strength) than the other, and because they support them from their means. Therefore the righteous women are devoutly obedient, and guard in (the husband's) absence what Allah would have them guard. As to those women on whose part ye fear disloyalty and ill-conduct, admonish them (first), (Next), refuse to share their beds, (And last) beat them (lightly); but if they return to obedience, seek not against them Means (of annoyance): For Allah is Most High, great (above you all).

I kept silent until now because I didn't want to see my family being torn apart. I thought that maybe if I was patient enough I could make him change. Now that I've made my story public, I'm scared. I've almost been through death, so I guess it's pretty normal that I now fear for my life and for my children's lives. I decided to have my picture published so that it would be a lesson for others, for every man and every woman. I'm just hoping that the judge will be fair to me and that my husband receives a punishment equal to what he did to me.

Please pray for me and pray for wisdom in my heart that I could bravely accept reality on whatever unjust crude rejection my husband showed and shouted at me via phone and email that I will always turn to Lord for protection and peace.

I just want to say thank you for this article. I was looking for spiritual as well as scriptural answers. I am at a turning point in my faith after being abandoned by my husband. He too has cut off all contact. I am going to meditate on this scriptural advice and I do believe it is a confirmation of what God has told me to do. Please Pray for myself and my husband and our family.

My 3 daughters saw me being beat and saw that I had no hope, no strength and rather than being the strong woman of God, which they knew me to be my whole life, I leaned onto my own understanding, which was none. I continued to be lost and turn my back on God for 3 years. I was only in the abusive relationship with the other man, for 5 months and now he is currently in prison. My ex-husband ending up marrying the younger woman and they have been together for the last 5 years. It took me a long time to not be angry at him and her, but mostly, mad at myself. I knew what I was supposed to do, however, the pain of being traded in, leaving our family, our vows, our promises, was so intense, the anger consumed me.

Thank you for that advice, Mr. Ambercrombie. I have been married for 13 and a half years. Through our marriage, alcoholism sneaked in. The last time I saw my husband was almost 16 months ago, when we were both dragged out of our apartment, by police, after a knock-down-drag-out fight. I went to jail. He should have, but played the rehab card, and went away long-term. Once released from jail, I checked myself into long-term rehab. We lost our apartment, but by then, I had been able to track my husband down, and we kept in touch for a few months. Once I was out, he had ghosted me. No communication on his part has been made in 9 months. There is talk in the addiction/recovery circle we have that he has a girlfriend. I also fell in love with someone else, but yet refuse to act on those feelings, as I know it is adultery. However, many friends, Christian and non-Christian, and even clergy, have advised me we should divorce. My response is that God hates divorce, as it is an act of little faith in His ability to restore. I have done research, and yes, legally I am considered abandoned, and legally it is ok to divorce on such grounds, but deep down, I believe that is not what God wants from us or for us. It is refreshing to read that someone agrees with me.

The life you have built together comes crashing down when you realize that your husband might be or is, in fact, unfaithful. Your mind may be clouded with so many questions about the past, the future, the state of your relationships, and the uncertainty of it all. Endless questions may swarm your mind. How to deal with a cheating husband? What to say to your cheating husband? How to deal with the pain of being cheated on? And most importantly, what should be your course of action in the wake of his infidelity?

One of the most important tips on how to deal with a cheating husband is to remember that this is between you and your husband. It may be tempting to confront the other woman and channel your feelings of hurt and anger toward her. Sure, calling her a home-wrecker and making her feel horrible about herself may even feel good in the moment. But what purpose will it serve?

To reestablish trust after you find out your husband is cheating, you need to prioritize complete honesty and transparency in the relationship. Ask him to keep you informed about his whereabouts throughout the day. Make him realize that what he did was serious and shattering. He has lost your trust completely. So, he has to work on it to rebuild it if he is dedicated to winning you over again. 041b061a72


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