Birr al-Walidain Konsep Relasi Orang Tua dan Anak dalam Islam

https://doi.org/10.22146/buletinpsikologi.27302

Nur I'anah(1*)

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Abstract


In the family, parent-child relationship deemed to be a complicated relationship. Parents as adult individuals who have the necessity to educate will tend to straighten up their children. And children are other individuals with different dimensions of life have a tendency to explore life by playing, hanging out, and learning. This relationship then often creates tension and misunderstanding as a result of ineffective communication and power relation in the status as a parent or a child. Islam offers the concept of birr al-walidain for parent-child relations, which is ideal for maintaining harmony of parent-child relationships and good for both. The article is aimed to discuss a virtue in the religion and society of Islam that governs the concept of parent-child relationship, namely birr al-walidain. Virtue values contained in birr al-walidain are needed to form a good relationship pattern between parent and child. The understanding of birr al-walidain as a virtue that requires bidirectional relations will be able to benefit both parties (parents and children) and generate reciprocity and complementary, so that parent-child relationship become intimate and have a positive impact for both psychological health.

Keywords


birr al-walidain; parent-child relationship; Islam



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