Posts by Ihssan Tahir
USA -- Living in Chicago and raised by an African American mother and a Kurdish stepfather, she has a broad perspective of the world. She has globe trotted from Switzerland to Bangladesh. Her most recent trip involved reuniting with her long lost family for the first time in Northern Sudan. Her candid blog, MuslimNLove.com revolves around her husband hunting endeavors and relationship tid bits.

Domestic Abuse & Muslim Women...

She sat across from me crying into her hands. I rubbed her back trying to console her. The more I rubbed the longer her sobs became. “I juu-usst need to be patient.” Her eyeliner was starting to smear. She needed support. She needed a friend, not someone to scold her...
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5 Signs She Might Be A Gold Digger...

How to spot her before she drains your bank account.

Sistaqueens, the brothas have spoken… They are reading and soaking up all these jewels I’m droppin’. I have received several messages from the brothas asking me how to read the ladies. Let’s start… You’ve met a pretty sista. She’s everything you want in a woman. She is the epitome of...
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5 Ways To Find Yourself After Divorce...

How to rediscover yourself and get the happiness you deserve.

June is a very special month for me… My birth month… Juneteenth. The month slavery was abolished. My divorce… June is a time filled with emotions and self-reflection. I celebrate the new year of life that Allah has blessed me with. I celebrate an end of my tumultuous marriage. I celebrate...
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Ladies, Please Respect Your Men!...

As y’all know I am all for women being independent and free thinkers. But… There are certain things that you just DON’T say to your man. You can still be a sistaqueen and reign that throne but a smart woman knows how to treat her man right. Likewise a smart...
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Singles Mixer Survival Tips...

Recently, I did a matrimonial singles mixer at ISNA’s (Islamic Society of North America) annual conference in Washington, DC. Besides it being a complete disaster (due to the consistent lack of diversity) I had fun for the most part bettering my interpersonal skills (notice a sista is being all positive...
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