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  • #2
    Why do you come on the internet for such advice?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Abu 'Abdullaah View Post
      Why do you come on the internet for such advice?

      I have come here before and the advices helped me. I did everything i can before coming here though.

      i asked a sheikh, did therapy, talked to my parents. Nothing really helped. Sheikh has told me to say autho bellah when i start thinking about it, it helped for a while but it came back, so i would appreciate anything at this point. I have nothing to loose

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      • #4
        Originally posted by H.a View Post


        I have come here before and the advices helped me. I did everything i can before coming here though.

        i asked a sheikh, did therapy, talked to my parents. Nothing really helped. Sheikh has told me to say autho bellah when i start thinking about it, it helped for a while but it came back, so i would appreciate anything at this point. I have nothing to loose
        Except your dignity.

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        • #5
          He was chaste for 26 years; this can drive a man crazy, so I'm guessing he just couldn't take it anymore. He fell into temptation. The reason he never planned on marrying them was because he just wanted the sex.

          There's no shortage of nice sweet religious guys out there. Reject him if you really can't forgive him, especially since it's affecting your mental health. But just know that you've had relationships too. It's unfair for you to demand someone totally clean.

          Make sure to pray istikhara first though.

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          • #6
            Sorry about your situation, I agree with stoic

            It's really hard so if you need a bit more time then give yourself time

            Try to picture him out of your life and see how it goes.

            He is not your husband yet (unless you have had nikah) so it is a bit more easier to let go.

            Also, doing salah doesn't always mean people have kushoo, it becomes a ritual for some and they lose the concentration required.

            There's not much more I can say but don't let this take over your life. Ask Allah to heal you and start loving Allah.

            'Whatever it be wherein ye differ, the decision thereof is with Allah: such is Allah my Lord: In Him I trust, and to Him I turn.' The Holy Qu'ran Al Shura (Consultation)

            So, which of the favours of your lord will you deny? ~ Surah Ar Rahman

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Stoic Believer View Post

              He was chaste for 26 years; this can drive a man crazy, so I'm guessing he just couldn't take it anymore. He fell into temptation. The reason he never planned on marrying them was because he just wanted the sex.

              There's no shortage of nice sweet religious guys out there. Reject him if you really can't forgive him, especially since it's affecting your mental health. But just know that you've had relationships too. It's unfair for you to demand someone totally clean.

              Make sure to pray istikhara first though.

              Thats what i thought when he first told me, that it was just sex, and he says he liked them alot and it was a true serious relationship but then he relaised it was fake after.

              i wouldnt care that much if he had 30 relationships but no sex, Its the sex that kills me.

              i prayed estkgara alot, but i will pray more.

              thank you alot

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              • #8
                He prayed salah and what thats good
                lt means he didnt stop worshipping Allah

                someone who commits zina is not as bad as some one who doesnt pray
                leaving prayers is a major sin scholars would even say this leads to disbelief if they completely abandon salah
                so comparing him to someone who didnt pray
                hes much better
                yes he sinned but at least he didnt stop praying


                and if u wasnt an angel u cant really make a big deal out of what he did
                so either u marry him or dont

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Ya'sin View Post
                  Sorry about your situation, I agree with stoic

                  It's really hard so if you need a bit more time then give yourself time

                  Try to picture him out of your life and see how it goes.

                  He is not your husband yet (unless you have had nikah) so it is a bit more easier to let go.

                  Also, doing salah doesn't always mean people have kushoo, it becomes a ritual for some and they lose the concentration required.

                  There's not much more I can say but don't let this take over your life. Ask Allah to heal you and start loving Allah.

                  it already did take over me :( its all ive been thinking about. I told my parents and they were shocked at first cuz he seems really relegious and respectful but then said he is a good guy, hes the nicest man i met and treats me amazingly. im just not happy

                  thank u for ur response

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Abu julaybeeb View Post
                    He prayed salah and what thats good
                    lt means he didnt stop worshipping Allah

                    someone who commits zina is not as bad as some one who doesnt pray
                    leaving prayers is a major sin scholars would even say this leads to disbelief if they completely abandon salah
                    so comparing him to someone who didnt pray
                    hes much better
                    yes he sinned but at least he didnt stop praying


                    and if u wasnt an angel u cant really make a big deal out of what he did
                    so either u marry him or dont

                    But arent we different in the terms of i only had relationships with pure i tentions. He didnt

                    i dont know what to do :( my ocd is bad

                    But thank u

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                    • #11
                      Just to let you know zina is not only intercourse but any other haram act taken part in with someone that your not married to

                      its hypocritical when people make a deal out of someone having intercourse when the other person has been in relationships no matter the act they committed

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by H.a View Post


                        But arent we different in the terms of i only had relationships with pure i tentions. He didnt

                        i dont know what to do :( my ocd is bad

                        But thank u
                        Lol are u being serious

                        zina is zina whether your gonna marry the person a year later or having a fling both sinful and shameful

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                        • #13
                          If your gonna get married start looking into your religion to save your self from the hellfire
                          have a healthy marriage and not be taken advantage of

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                          • #14
                            I don't understand why you are making such a big issue of letting go? If a man came to me for marriage and he didn't seem suitable; he would be rejected and that would be that. What is all this of 3 months of OCD and questioning yourself?

                            These potentials are not your family members, there shouldn't be any emotional connection to them. Marriage isn't going to make these feelings go away. Any time you argue with him, you'll just remember all his sins.

                            Pray Istikhara and do what you think is best. I think you have bigger issues than this. You say you're seeing a therapist and taking medicine....maybe work on yourself before committing to a marriage...
                            Women lost their modesty when men lost their gheerah..” .

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by shay5 View Post
                              I don't understand why you are making such a big issue of letting go? If a man came to me for marriage and he didn't seem suitable; he would be rejected and that would be that. What is all this of 3 months of OCD and questioning yourself?

                              These potentials are not your family members, there shouldn't be any emotional connection to them. Marriage isn't going to make these feelings go away. Any time you argue with him, you'll just remember all his sins.

                              Pray Istikhara and do what you think is best. I think you have bigger issues than this. You say you're seeing a therapist and taking medicine....maybe work on yourself before committing to a marriage...


                              The reason i am making it a big deal cuz its in the past, it was years before he met me and now he is a changed person. But i somehow still cannot accept it. Other than his past he seems very suitable. He is very relegious. Doesnt want to do any haram with me and is very respectful to my parents. But i am stuck in the past and i i love him that is why it is hard.i want to work on myself. I just dont know where to start

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