Your marriage and your friendship take precedence over any “female” friend (or whatever). This is a relationship at the very least and definitely wrong for a married man to participate in. Please contact AACC for a referral to a counseling professional in your area.He is destroying the trust, intimacy and commitment in your marriage. If he refuses to go to counseling with you, ask him to see your pastor about this.You need to go to your pastor and/or a counselor even if he doesn’t come with you.This situation may require separation if he is not willing to work on your marriage.Al-Mutlaq alluded to a Prophetic saying that asserts that “a man and a woman cannot unite without having Satan in their midst” to drive home his point.He urged both men and women to avoid the pitfalls of sin, which violate religious codes of conduct.We have rooms for any interest: adult chat, gay chat,lesbian chat and even languages rooms where people can meet and interact with one another.Our online chat rooms have some of the most interesting people that you can possibly meet.
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We have had our share of problems through the years and have always managed to work them out up until now.
I have become depressed and I feel unimportant to him. He tells me he hates jealousy and that I should trust him, but it is hard not to feel that way when he spends so much time with her. Your husband has stepped over boundary lines in your marriage. Marriage is for two people, husband and wife, with no one else between you.
During the radio session, he cited incidents where women had virtually spoken to men on the Web to give advice on certain issues, only to have the men become attached to them. Al-Mutlaq’s advice evoked several varied responses on Twitter.
Most of the sheikh’s followers on Twitter are women who debated the content of his “fatwa” (edict).