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    I do read my namaaz and i do read the quran, even though i would like to dm you , i'd rather not disclose my identity
    I'm 18 too, and muslim, so i can really understand you as I've seen others of my age in similar situations.
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    Thank you so much for this, i have literally saved this on my phone just so i could constantly remind myself about it. hopefully inshallah i don't stray away.
    Np x anytime remember my pms are always open for you, if you feel you need to talk. Insha'Allah you won't
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    I'm 18 too, and muslim, so i can really understand you as I've seen others of my age in similar situations.
    It sucks really :/
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    Np x anytime remember my pms are always open for you, if you feel you need to talk. Insha'Allah you won't
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    I would but i don't want to disclose my identity
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    I would but i don't want to disclose my identity
    Aww I understand dw up to you :yep: If you need to, then do remember I don't judge in that way and would want the best for you x
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    I would but i don't want to disclose my identity
    Just make another account and DM me. or h333 she's really good, may Allah increase her in knowledge. I feel this is the best way for you to get serious help. xxx
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    Just want to tell author of this thread - I think we might be the same person since I get you 100%. Thing with me is I've stopped praying, lost my imaan but I'm still trying to start again but I feel nothing inside. My whole life is crumbling there is no barakah in anything I do. I;m failing my classes and I used to be a straight A student when I prayed. My head is a mess - I'm going back to destructive habits that I had left. I can't break the cycle this time and I don't know what's wrong with me
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Just want to tell author of this thread - I think we might be the same person since I get you 100%. Thing with me is I've stopped praying, lost my imaan but I'm still trying to start again but I feel nothing inside. My whole life is crumbling there is no barakah in anything I do. I;m failing my classes and I used to be a straight A student when I prayed. My head is a mess - I'm going back to destructive habits that I had left. I can't break the cycle this time and I don't know what's wrong with me
    I went through this too, eventually faced up to the fact that I had lost my faith and then my life got back on track on again. I'm more successful now as a non-Muslim than I ever was as a believer and maybe it's your psychological battle/clinging onto your dead imaan that is giving you all this stress and heartache. You really don't need to be a Muslim to get good grades and do amazingly in life you know, I'm evidence of that.
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    Just want to tell author of this thread - I think we might be the same person since I get you 100%. Thing with me is I've stopped praying, lost my imaan but I'm still trying to start again but I feel nothing inside. My whole life is crumbling there is no barakah in anything I do. I;m failing my classes and I used to be a straight A student when I prayed. My head is a mess - I'm going back to destructive habits that I had left. I can't break the cycle this time and I don't know what's wrong with me
    Its exactly what i'm afraid of
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    (Original post by doctor.M)
    Just make another account and DM me. or h333 she's really good, may Allah increase her in knowledge. I feel this is the best way for you to get serious help. xxx
    Aww Jzk. Ameen. Wa iyyaki. I am talking to a sis and glad she had the courage to and Alhamdulillah it was because of this thread. But of course it will remain between me and her.
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    oh get over yourself
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    I don't want to start any arguments so please bear that in mind

    I am a muslim, i have been brought up as one and i do love my religion. However i have been realising all these restrictions placed upon me such as who and who i can't marry, the way i should act or dress, misogyny and all sorts of stuff. I do agree in the teachings and it being a way of life but i just don't know if the belief and acceptance in some aspects is going to keep me grounded to the religion.

    I feel like in the near future i'm gonna make decisions that aren't acceptable in my religion and i am gonna disown my family...

    Help?
    The restrictions are culture rather than religion
    Don't mix the 2 up


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