Husband! Please Give Her Time
Time is the most precious gift spouses can share together, because it helps to strengthen the marriage bond.
Often men tend to give more attention to work, especially when chasing promotion at work or when in a new work station just to ensure things go right. But the most important person who needs time is your ‘wife’. Its natural that women always want to feel that they are part of their husbands’ schedules, so call them in lunchtime and let her know that you think about her. This little act of care can brighten her day.
An example is our beloved Prophet (salla llahu ʿalay-hi wa-sallam) , who used to help out His wives in household chores.. Helping out your wife in the kitchen can be part of giving her time.
No matter how busy you (Husbands) are, just pause your work for a minute, grab your phone and send her a text to let her know that she means a lot to you.
Plan sometime and go on vacations with her, just to ensure that you somehow change her environment and also let her breath some different oxygen from the usual one at home.
Treating her like a child
Our role model, Prophet Muhammad (salla llahu ʿalay-hi wa-sallam) used to race with his wife, Hazrat Ayesha (R.A). You can borrow the idea and spend some time playing with your wife, while at home. Treating her like a child can help take away her stress and fatigue from all corners.
Time is very crucial for the married people. Husbands! Make some quality time for your wives. Time is a healer and a killer as well. Once misused it can kill the relationship between the two of you which makes Shaitwan happy and annoys Allah, because Allah never wants to see an unhappy couple.
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