Asalam Alaykum sisters. I am sharing an article which deals with some of the issues encountered by divorced women. I wish it serves as an awareness on the following facts:
1) Women are not always the ones at fault. You don’t know people’s story so don’t judge.
2) It is hard for a woman to be left alone with children as she has to be both the dad and mom.
3) Single moms, do not despair in the help and mercy of Allah as before you: Maryam (May Allah be pleased with her) – the mother of Prophet Issa (Jesus) raised her son alone. Khadija (May Allah be pleased with her) was a divorcee before being married to Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon Him).
It is a sad truth that people think of divorced women as humans who bring bad luck, or women that one should avoid at any cost.
Published On OnIslam.com
The ‘Ex’ Factor: Welcome To The Single Moms Club
“Hello, welcome to the ‘Single Moms’ club, how can I help?
Yes that’s correct. We work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, for the rest of our lives.
No, I’m sorry, there are no support groups or training courses available at the moment.
No, I’m afraid there’s no monetary compensation either. No social life, no holidays, no bonuses and no extra perks are included in our package.
What’s the upside you ask? Hmmmm we are still trying to figure that out. But on the bright side, we do get a lot of criticism, judgmental looks and some down right humiliating sympathy! Would you like to fill an application to join the club?
I remember as a little girl, the word ‘divorce’ caused more of a shock…
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