Marriage is a long-term commitment between two different individuals. Once the honeymoon phase is over, couples will find themselves settling into routines. There could be things that used to be adorable that have now become intolerable. There could be misunderstandings, unmet expectations, or unfulfilled needs.
Perhaps it is easier to let things slide than to discuss and deal with issues as they arise. However, if left unchecked, emotional build-up and mental exhaustion may damage the relationship. Therefore, it is important to have a regular check-in with the spouse to maintain the marital bond.
Join Shaykh Yahya Ibrahim in ‘Couple’s Check-In: Rekindling Love & Joy in Marriage’ for more insights on how marriage check-ups can help you untangle problems and work towards being happily ever after, together.
Shaykh Yahya Ibrahim is the Head of Islamic Studies and the Assistant Principal at Langford Islamic College, a Senior Imam at Thornlie Mosque, the Islamic Chaplain at Curtin University and the University of Western Australia, and an instructor for the internationally acclaimed AlMaghrib Institute.
He is Canadian by birth, Egyptian through ancestry, Turkish via marriage, and Australian by choice of residence and migration. In 2013, Shaykh Yahya was awarded by the West Australian Government the Individual Excellence Award in serving the diverse Western Australia multicultural community.
He has been profiled in the Australian Government’s initiative, ‘Sharing Our Achievements: Mosaic of Nations’. Shaykh Yahya was also a selected facilitator for the federal government’s Muslim Community Reference Group for the Conference of Australian Imams.
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