Addressing the Taboos: Love, Marriage and Sex in Islam
By Zia U. Sheikh, PhD
From the creation of the very first humans, Adam and Eve, marriage has been an institution chosen by God for the human race as being the only permitted way that a man and woman can spend their lives with each other. Marriage is often portrayed as a fairy-tale, with the couple living happily ever after. However, the reality is that there are always ups and downs in marriage, and dealing with marital issues is not something that you learn in school.
This book is an invaluable resource for people that are intending to marry, or newlyweds, or have been married for many years. It answers many questions that people may have had about the marriage process; choosing the right spouse, the sensitive nature of intimacy and sex, and how to deal with problems and arguments as they come up.
When we can deal with these problems in an expedient and efficient manner, it will result in a harmonious and blissful marriage, God willing. Hopefully, this book will provide all the appropriate resources for couples that want to fill their marriage with happiness and joy. This book is the second work by the author, his first being "Islam: Silencing the Critics".