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  • Aetos
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    Originally posted by Indefinable View Post

    Yeah, it does.
    Well it doesnt for me...it says the site has moved...i really needed it right now,so sad it doesnt work :/..

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  • Indefinable
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    Originally posted by Aetos View Post
    Site doesnt work :(...
    Yeah, it does.

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  • Aetos
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    Site doesnt work :(...

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  • Farah. A
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    Originally posted by Momochi View Post
    Salam,

    I would like to share with you, sisters and brothers, my story:

    9 years ago, I have meet on educational forum for studying foreign languages a boy, from Emirates (He was learning English, I too, in exchange I have learned with him German language and History). He was wonderful and, believed in Allah. Before I met him, I was unsure about my believs, but I have read about Islam, about Allah, how Muslims live - everything. It was something new for me, and it was like a path: I've agreed with many points. I have converted, on my own will, without someone's pressing. He didn't knew. From friendship fast was first love. You need to know, that we never meet in real life: just chat/Skype/WhatsApp. He was sharing with me all jis burdens, problems, weakness, good times, success. The same was with me: I could count on his support, a good word, a joke to improve my mood. Years passed.

    Together, each of us in our countries graduated from university: he from computer science, I from business management. He swore that I am the love of his life, that he wants to marry me, have children and grow old. I finally told him that for so many years I was also a Muslim, that these wishes made to him on the occasion of Eid Al-Fitr or others were not courteous - that at the same time I also experienced it, prayed, fasted. I did not grow up in the Muslim religion, but I learned it and go to the Muslim Center, where I learn, work and can learn something from older sisters.


    When I confessed to him, everything started to go wrong. he started to have less and less time for me. I understand, he started to work - I respect it, I also work myself. The problem of parents poured a bit of bitterness: that they would never accept me, because I do not come from the same cultural circle, that I do not know whether to introduce me to them. For nine years, he never told about me his parents or siblings. For that, I decided & introduced him to my family because from the very beginning I wanted to be serious and honest with him.


    With time, contact began to break. I made it clear: I am 26 years old, you have 27. It is time to start seriously: meet, meet our families, start thinking seriously about the future. I work in a large corporation with offices in Dubai, so relocation would not be a problem. He then panicked. For goodbye he only sent me a song on WhatsApp and since December he does not speak to me.

    How do I feel? Betrayed, used, washed out of emotions. I can not trust a man anymore. Should I finish this relationship sooner? I do not know. Everything started to go wrong from the moment he found out I was a Muslim. I'm not an ugly woman, I'm even considered very attractivr, though I'm not flounce because of modesty; now, after graduation, I earn very well, I am the head of the Financial Audit department - I am constantly developing, so I would not be a financial burden for him; so I do not know what happened.

    Now just prayers helps a little and job: slowly become workaholic, but I don't care as long as I don't think about this situation. This post is for me a purification of the soul: I have not told anyone so far. I believe that when I throw it out of myself, I will be able to finally find relief from this heartache.
    How are you doing now sis ?
    ​​​​​​I hope you have moved on and feeling better now.
    May Allah heal your heart and give you sabr.

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  • Abu julaybeeb
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    Originally posted by Indefinable View Post

    It could be about a married couple - whose marriage disintegrates and the person is mourning the loss of their spouse.

    It's not an easy situation to recover from.

    It doesn't have to be about haraam. (Although I get what you're trying to say).
    True

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  • Indefinable
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    Originally posted by Abu julaybeeb View Post

    No coz its mostly about people who are hung up on people they did haram with
    It could be about a married couple - whose marriage disintegrates and the person is mourning the loss of their spouse.

    It's not an easy situation to recover from.

    It doesn't have to be about haraam. (Although I get what you're trying to say).

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  • .khayriyyah.
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    Originally posted by Abu julaybeeb View Post

    No coz its mostly about people who are hung up on people they did haram with
    But at least they're turning to Muslims for help with this. They could have gone down different routes to deal with their situation. Insha'Allah, this thread has some good in it.

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  • Abu julaybeeb
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    Originally posted by M230DX View Post

    Why

    just cos you never experienced heartbreak
    No coz its mostly about people who are hung up on people they did haram with

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  • M230DX
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    Originally posted by Abu julaybeeb View Post
    Hate this thread
    Why

    just cos you never experienced heartbreak

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  • Abu julaybeeb
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    Hate this thread

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  • M230DX
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    There is a place in your heart that should only be saved for Allah swt, not anyone else, not your spouse, friend or whoever else

    this way, you can handle heartbreak. Leave that portion of your heart reserved for Allah swt, the one who will not disappoint you, hurt you or let you down

    people are people, they will hurt you and wrong you.

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  • Believer1984
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    salaam everyone ! Here is a great dua that can help you immediately regarding this matter. I listen and recite it too and honestly it somewhat does help. Alhumdulillah https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mWv64olHj8
    Last edited by Believer1984; 03-06-19, 05:19 PM.

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  • Shiraze10
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    think people tend to forget that out whole lives have already been written before we were even born. All the happiness and heartbreaks have already been written for your us and we are just going through the emotions that are already planned for us. One of the most important things that people forget is that, with you not being able to marry this person, is a chance for you to go to the highest of heavens, not just the lowest heavens, but the highest of heavens, as Allah knows how much pain and sadness you will get from this, however Allah wishes good on everyone, so the main goodness of a broken heart is that your letting go of someone, sacrificing someone, in order to go to the highest of heavens. Dont ever think why has he or she gone to someone else but didnt work out for me, thats because everyone has different tests and lives, and this is your test and lives

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  • BillJin
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    Salam, nice to see this type of info

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