Handbook of a Healthy Muslim Marriage
Unlocking the Secrets to Ultimate Bliss

  • Pages: 264
  • Format: Softcover
  • Dimensions: 5.5" x 8.5"
  • Pub. Date: Aug 2019
  • ISBN: 978-1-93-3764-16-0

Abdur-Rahman ibn Yusuf Mangera

The Handbook of a Healthy Muslim Marriage is the indispensable marriage guide. With a wealth of experience and a warm sympathetic tone, the author Shaykh Abdur-Rahman ibn Yusuf Mangera brings the insight of a scholar with thousands of hours of spiritual and marital-counselling practice and Islamic erudition to this crucial subject. Topics range from how to find a partner and dealing with in-laws to developing spousal intimacy and the unfortunate divorce.

  • Extremely well thought-out, well-written and easily digestible with its casual tone
  • Offers an absolute wealth of anecdotal experiences along with cultural discussions and the necessary legal explanation.
  • Provides many real-life experiences and scenarios to make it relatable to each reader, especially in the West.
  • Suggests practical solutions to the multiple issues arising in any marriage, especially how to navigate conflict.
  • Provides detailed discussions on domestic violence and subjects like infertility and sexual intimacy.
  • Offers useful suggestions for kindling romance.
  • A handy resource for every couple throughout their journey of marriage.
  • A potential saver of couples from messing up their lives and making terrible errors they would later regret.
  • Contemporary Islamic self-help on marriage at its finest.

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“This book is unique in the sense that it combines an enlightened but Orthodox fiqhi perspective with years of real pastoral and practical experience dealing with issues pertaining to Islamic marriage in our times, particularly as regards Muslims in the West. Every young Muslim (especially in the West) wanting to get married—or newly married—should read it. It might save them from messing up their lives, and making terrible errors they would always regret. I know of no better book for this. It is also well-written and easily digestible. May God reward Mufti Mangera for having written it and making his tremendous experience and wisdom available for a paltry price. Contemporary Islamic self-help at its finest!”

—HRH Prince Ghazi bin Muhammad,
Author of Love in the Qur’an, Jordan

 

“Handbook of a Healthy Muslim Marriage by Mufti Abdur-Rahman Mangera will be the first book I give my son as he begins to contemplate the life stage of marriage and family. In this book, Mufti Mangera discusses every aspect of marriage including choosing a spouse, the wedding itself, creating a life together, children, sexuality, and also marital problems and issues of divorce. He includes anecdotal experiences along with legal explanations and cultural discussions. This book encourages the reader to grow his mindset from thinking solely about the legalities of marriage to contemplating its realities, with sweet tips about romance and just plain old goodness.”

—Dr. Tamara Gray,
Executive Director, Rabata, USA

 

“Alhamdulillah, this is a very well thought-out and well-written book on the details of such an important topic. Shaykh Mufti Abdur-Rahman Mangera has indeed simplified the subject in a way that is clear, to the point and beneficial. May Allah Almighty grant his work acceptance and reward him in this world and the next. Aameen”

—Mufti Ismail Menk,
Zimbabwe, 10 Ramadan 1440

 

Mufti Abdur-Rahman Mangera’s well-written work, titled “Handbook of a Healthy Muslim Marriage is basically just that: a book and a guide that every Muslim couple should keep as a handy resource throughout their journey of marriage. In some ten chapters, the author – in a casual and descriptive manner – discusses and provides practical solutions to the various issues that arise in any given marriage. Examples quoted from real life scenarios and experiences really make the book personal and relatable to each reader.” I pray Allah Most High accept it and make it beneficial, Amin.

—Mufti Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari,
Darul Iftaa, UK

 

“With a wealth of experience and a warm, sympathetic tone, Shaykh Abdur-Rahman brings the insight of a scholar with thousands of hours of spiritual and marital-counselling practice and Islamic erudition to his subject. He answers questions of a practical nature about finding a spouse, approaching intimacy, dealing with cultural expectations, and navigating conflict, while also grounding the discussion in Islamic principles and elevating our view of marriage as an arena to show good character and ethical behaviour….

I believe that no Imam should perform a nikah (wedding) ceremony unless the prospective couple has had premarital counselling and demonstrated sufficient knowledge of the fiqh (rulings) associated with marriage and, very importantly, the spirit of those rulings. Shaykh Abdur-Rahman ibn Yusuf Mangera’s book, in my opinion, would be ideally suited as an in-depth prerequisite course of marital counselling for a prospective bride and groom, and should be required reading for all parties involved. May Allah Ta’ala reward Shaykh Abdur-Rahman for this labour of love and accept from him.”

—Ustadha Zaynab Ansari,
Tayseer Seminary, USA

 

Masha Allah all the information is well put, organized and clearly stated. Despite being “written by a man” I think women will find it quite fair, if not advantageous to them and their personal experiences.

—Shamira

 

I really like the fact that the book is an easy read and touches upon topics which other books consider unimportant to talk about. I also like that the book begins with the procedure of finding a partner and ends with divorce, covering almost all aspects, even having children and still making an effort for your spouse.

—Fathima

 

The writing avoids too many technical terms so it is clear for readers to relate to. Explanations of the famous Qur’anic verses about marriage are beautiful. The clarification of the basic rights of the husband over the wife and vice versa as the bare minimum and not sufficient to allow a marriage to blossom is important and much appreciated.

—Mayeesha

 

What makes the book more beneficial is that it includes divorce. Many people don’t take heed of their actions or what they are saying, and further more even continue on as if nothing has happened; divorce is all too common.

—Mona

 

Alhumdullilah the book is a fantastic read, ideal for a young couple getting married. It can also be read by other family members who might have very little understanding about what marriage is actually about in Islam and its values, instead of the traditional cultural understanding that are normally held by older generations.

—Kulsum

 

What was really good … was the reality of the problems and different scenarios that are taking place today and that we are facing in marriages. The book shows the reader the good and the not so good, and even the topics that are not generally discussed because people feel embarrassed about asking. The section on culture and marriage was very interesting, because I have the same views and when I have tried to explain certain things to my son, he always says that it is my backward thinking or it’s only like that in Pakistani culture. It’s not backwards but it’s the reality… most young people will only understand after the marriage has taken place and then the problems occur. Masha Allah, it’s a book I would like to give to my children to read over and over again and to keep going back to it after marriage.

—Azra

 

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