DHIKR AS AN EFFORT TO IMPROVE THE PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING OF ADOLESCENT

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Livia Safira
Ikhfatul Aulyah

Abstract

Adolescence is a phase where individuals experience changes from childhood to adulthood. The major changes that occur in adolescents are also accompanied by developmental tasks in which the tasks are different from the tasks of childhood so that they can affect their psychological well-being. Remembering God through dhikr makes individuals who are in the adolescent phase can help improve self-acceptance as a whole, foster positive relationships with others, have independence, have the ability to control the environment and have a life goal that is in accordance with islamic sharia. This study uses literacy study methods that examine various reading sources starting from textbooks, journals, articles, al quran and al hadith to support this research. The result of this study is that dhikr can improve psychological well-being in adolescents.

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How to Cite
Safira, L., & Aulyah, I. (2018). DHIKR AS AN EFFORT TO IMPROVE THE PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING OF ADOLESCENT. International Conference on Islamic Guidance and Counseling, 1(1), 35-45. Retrieved from http://conference.uin-suka.ac.id/index.php/icigc/article/view/227