The Holy Month of Ramadan is a great opportunity to relax, focus on your spirit and soul, and be kind to one another.
But, unfortunately many people can get very annoyed and bothered with the long fasting hours.
Fasting during the day can be difficult, and it can affect your mood and make you more sensitive and easier to get angry.
Many couples can get into small fights during the day in Ramadan.
But, remember, Ramadan is all about calmness, appreciation, and kindness.
How can you avoid getting into a fight or being annoyed with your spouse during Ramadan?
We have some great tips for you to remember next time you feel a bit bothered:
- Let it Pass:
If you and your spouse start arguing and find yourselfves not on the same page that day, let it go, wait until the evening to discuss your issues or you might even find out it is not worth arguing over after all.
Ramadan is also all about patience, you are fasting all day and need to keep calm and relaxed, so be patient with your spouse to make the day pass calmly.
- Stay Positive:
Ramadan is a month of forgiveness and love, as people and families get closer together and share the happy moments, so stay positive and enjoy this beautiful month.