Losing yourself in a relationship or another person isn't something that happens overnight.Ever wish you could predict ahead of time whether or not a dating relationship will work out? It always makes sense to go out with someone you've known for a while rather than a stranger. Ever spent time with a guy who likes to brag about how far he got on his last date? Are the things most important to you also important to them? And both partners in a good relationship try their best to demonstrate Christ-like love.I've personally read and heard a lot of this advice, but what I think is the most helpful when it comes to dating isn't giving and getting prescriptions -- it's asking and answering questions.To me, being self-aware is the first step in becoming a successful dater, and ultimately finding the right person.You may be thinking, Not a good dating rule to live by, especially when it comes to values, moral standards and personal beliefs. It's good to keep in mind that a promise breaker can quickly become a heartbreaker, too. Before you get too attached, Steve Harvey, comedian and author of Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man , says there are five questions every woman should ask.
Assalamo alaikum, I did every thing wrong in my life I cant even describe, I feel guilt and ashamed to my self, my name is ruin in society, I want say Taubah by heart to Allah. I want to live a peaceful life, my life is spoiled.
In what ways are you especially healthy, and in what ways could you use improvement? The key to being self-aware, though, is that you continue to do so!
I think it's so unfortunate when people enter into a relationship (or even a friendship) and start to change who they truly are in order to please the other person or to make the relationship work.
I think you'll be surprised by how much you learn about what you actually need and want out of a relationship when you first look inwardly rather than outwardly.
Here are some questions I think are good to ask yourself to make sure you're staying to true your identity, whether you're already in a dating relationship or interested in entering one (following six questions from 1) Who is the most important person in your life, and why? More precisely, how do you feel about yourself -- physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually?
Shaykh Ashraf Ali Thanawi (May Allah have mercy on him) instructed, Pray two rakah salah with intention of making repentance and then supplicate as follows: O Allah, I am Your obstinate disobedient servant. Please, provide me with the means of salvation from Your hidden treasures.