Saturday, 29 August 2009

Establishing a friendship with an ex boyfriend


today is the 8th day we 're fasting. im thankful that my birthday this year in this beautiful month and accidentally my office organise the majlis berbuka puasa in the same day. Ist been a busy week for me last week as i have to replace the big boss PA for a week and i cant do my assignment at all..huhu...

Have you ever experience be friend with your ex boyfriends? im sure most of us cant accept it as it might hurt ur felling even u say its ok. but as time passed by and after he and yourself have ur own life then im sure its not a problem.

quoting from the article that i found in the e-zine..

Establishing a friendship with an ex boyfriend may be easy, but keeping it going will eventually be difficult. There are many factors, both internal and external, that will work to pull such a friendship apart. Being friends after having been in an intimate relationship almost never works, and the reasons are many. Below you'll find just some of the forces that are working against you when you try to be friends with your ex:

If your relationship ended before you wanted it to, chances are you're still in love with your ex boyfriend. Because of this, you might've taken him up on the offer when he said "let's just be friends". Although it seemed like a good idea at the time, in the end it's only destined to hurt you. Caring about him is one thing, but wanting to rekindle a relationship? That's quite another. Most girls trying to be friends with an ex are only hoping that if they stick it out long enough... eventually their ex will want them back. Don't get caught up in this downward spiral. If you really do want to win back your boyfriend, there are ways of going about it that won't leave you stuck in the "Friend Zone".

hope i can always be friends with him..only friends

Thursday, 27 August 2009

Happy Birthday to me :)

Happy Birthday to me :) hope all my wish will come true..InsyaAllah.

Thursday, 20 August 2009

Selamat Berpuasa :)

Sempena akan tibanya bulan Ramadhan yang tidak lama lagi saya terlebih dahulu memohon maaf jika saya ada berbuat kesalahan, baik yang tidak di sengaja mahupun yang di sengaja, semoga kita dapat menjalani ibadah puasa dengan khusyuk , diberkati dan dirahmati Allah S.W.T, insyaallah. Saya juga memohon dihalalkan semuanya.Saya juga telah memaafkan saudara saudari dan telah menghalalkan segalanya.

selamat berpuasa :)

Tuesday, 18 August 2009

Signs You’re Dating a Married Man

this tips is so useful for all my single girlfriends. in my entire life i've been dates with this kind of conman several times. no matter how good they lied..i'll mr. married man, please...dont ever try me, be truthful. :)

Dating Deception is Common

Unfortunately, dating deception is all too common. Married men frequently masquerade as single men. Although there are websites specifically for married men who want to cheat, many cheating husbands troll chat rooms and online dating sites in search of single women on whom to prey. It’s not just over the Internet; this dating deception occurs in offline locations as well. A surprising number of the men you meet at clubs, bars, parties and in other social settings, are married -- not single, as they claim to be. If you’re a single woman looking for a committed relationship, the last thing you want is to find out is that you’re dating a married man who’s cheating on his wife.

Signs You’re Dating a Married Man

With so much deception going on, single women need all the help they can when it comes to identifying a married man who wants to play games. The 6 telltale signs below are taken from a tip sheet I complied entitled “15 Signs You Might Be Dating a Married Man.” It provides guidelines on how to tell the fake bachelors from the genuinely single men.

• He only gives you his cell phone number so you can’t contact him at home.

• He calls you at odd times – in the early morning or in the wee hours of the night.

• He’s unavailable on weekends, holidays, or other times when his family might be around.

• He’s overly secretive about his family and friends.

• He refuses to give you his home address or tell you exactly where he lives.

• When he opens his wallet to pay the check, you catch sight of a family portrait with wife and kids.

By identifying and avoiding married men the dating pool, you can avoid unnecessary headaches and heartaches.

Sunday, 16 August 2009

10 great goals to set for this Ramadan

Dear friends,

Next week, we going to start the fasting month. Hope we can do more amal. Here some great goals that we can practice for this coming Ramadhan.

by Sound Vision Staff writer
  1. Eat, drink and be moderate

Almost all of us do it - once Iftar time hits, we just keep plowing food and drink into our mouths till it's hard to move afterwards. And those of us who do it know this is totally contrary to the spirit of Ramadan, through which we're supposed to learn self-control not self-indulgence. Let's try to stick to the Prophetic rule on eating: fill our stomachs with one-third food, one-third water and one-third breathing space, even in Ramadan.

  1. Give a dollar a day in charity...or five or ten

The Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, was always generous but even more so in Ramadan. Let's open our hearts and dig a little deeper in our wallets this year. Even less than a dollar a day adds up. Whatever you can give, it's the intention that counts.

  1. Memorize 4 new Surahs

Memorizing the Quran often seems like a daunting task. But the key is doing it in small bites. Since there are four weeks in Ramadan, try to memorize one new Surah a week. Start off with a short, easy one. Once you've started, you'll build momentum and may even want to memorize a longer one the following week.

  1. Go to Tarawih prayers

Post-Iftar, the first urge is to sleep after an exhausting day. But try your best to head out to the mosque for Tarawih prayers. Praying alone is wonderful, but doing it in congregation is fantastic. The community spirit is part of Ramadan's blessings. Don't miss it this year. If going every day is not possible, try going at least one week.

  1. Attend the Tarawih prayer in which the recitation of the Quran will be finished

Call the local mosque and find out which day the Imam will be finishing the recitation of the Quran in prayer. Attend to not only hear part of the Quran's recitation in prayer, but also participate in the heart-rending Duas that follow it.

  1. Stop swearing and/or backbiting – with a special box

It's hard not to shoot our mouths off when someone's upset us. Whether we utter those four-letter words or backbite about someone to our family and friends, we know this isn't the God-approved way of letting off steam. In Ramadan, when we want to build our spirituality, we've got to wage Jihad against our bad habits.

Try this: get a box and every time you catch yourself swearing or backbiting put some money in it. It could be a buck or less. The point is to choose an amount that makes it feel like punishment.

At the end of the month send the money to a charity or buy a gift for the person whom you've backbitten the most against.

  1. Call/email your relatives

You'd think that given the easy access to email, competitive long-distance calling rates, phone cards, etc. these days, we'd keep in touch with family and friends more often. But the opposite seems to be the case, as we get caught up in life's "busyness."

Strengthening ties with family members and keeping in touch with friends is part of our way of life and an act Allah is very pleased with. This Ramadan, call family and friends or at least email them a Ramadan card and ask them how their fasting is going.

  1. Go on a technology diet

Even if you work in the IT industry, you can do this. Avoid checking personal email and surfing the web during your fast. After Iftar, instead of plopping yourself in front of the screen, go to Tarawih. The same goes for the television. The point is to try to give our full attention to spiritual elevation this month.

  1. Read 5 minutes of Quran a day...just five, not more, not less

Even if you feel you've got absolutely no time, set a timer or the alarm on your cell phone and find a relatively quiet place. You can read the first page of the Quran you open or follow a sequence. The choice is yours. The point is simply to connect with God through His revelation in the month of the Quran.

  1. Forgive everyone who has hurt you

Still got a festering wound from the fight with your friend last year? Still upset about something your spouse said during a heated argument? Or are you still bitter about the way your parents sometimes treated you as a kid? Let go of the anger and pain this Ramadan and forgive those who have hurt you. Forgiving someone is not only good for the body, but it's also great for the soul. And in Ramadan, ten days of which are devoted to Allah's forgiveness, shouldn't we lesser beings forgive too?

If you find it very difficult to forgive everyone, forgive at least three people.

Tuesday, 11 August 2009

class n kfc

see advertisement at the side of my click if you interested..just helping my fren, bro razzi.

im preety much sure you'll bored to hear my story about my "bz" nest. but thats the fact. last week im not going back to my hometown cause i have to finished my assignment to be sent on sunday plus i have to revise for psychology test..huhu.

in psycology class...sempat lg tu

me, anis, nadiya, yati

kenduri kfc

early this month, my boss was transfered to other division. its been 6 years i've worked as his PA. though his quite strict, but i learned a lot from him..gonna miss his sms..asking where am i..hahaha.

Saturday, 1 August 2009