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The Danger of Infidelity and How to Avoid It


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Haleh Banani holds a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology. A faith-based counselor, life coach, and mental health professional who has served the community since 1998 by saving hundreds of marriages and helping thousands of people around the world overcome their challenges and become the most amazing version of themselves. The host of "With Haleh" on Al-Fajr TV and was a featured expert on Al-Jazeera international and other media outlets. She is an international speaker and writer.



  1. farah Qureshi

    March 19, 2015 at 7:14 AM

    Salam I’m wanting some advice regard my husbands behaviour towards me. He doesn’t treat me as a wife and is always negative towards me. He works 300 miles away from us and doesn’t want us to live with him. Please can you call me on [number removed for privacy reasons – MM Comments Team] to help me or email as how can I improve our relationship.



    • MalikSaabSays

      March 20, 2015 at 3:48 PM

      1. Advise removing the posted number. Obvious reasons.
      2. In short: understand your deen. Change self and that brings about a change in others.
      3. A detailed diagnosis needs to be done to solve any problem. I think you should consult a scholar in your country (if none in locality) for counselling in-person.
      4. You should reach out to Haleh Banani through her website

      (I am in no way affiliated with or have anything to do with Haleh Banani, except I.A we all share a common faith…)

      I find it really interesting that all problems have their solutions in Allah’s spoken word (the Quran). All the principles are there to guide us to arrive at the correct solutions to problems – just need to read, explore, ponder over, understand, and internalize the guidance within the Quran.


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