Elements of management using the psychology of forgiveness during the covid 19 pandemic from an Islamic perspective

1Muhd Najib Abdul Kadir, Ab Rahman, Z., Mohd Noor, A.Y., Kashim, M.I.A.M., Salasiah Hanin Hamjah, Kamarudin Salleh, Ahmad Zaki Hasan, Hanif Md Lateh, Muhammed Yusof, Fakhrul Adabi Abdul Kadir, Che Zarrina Saari, Shafinar Ismail


The paper presents a Forgiveness is one way to resolve conflicts that occur between individuals, groups, and even among nations/countries. The topic of forgiveness used to be almost the exclusive domain of philosophers and theologians. In the last three decades, however, considerable attention has been paid to forgiveness by a host of professionals including educators, psychologists, therapists and health practitioners. The article also examines the application of “forgiveness” with an emphasis on Islamic perspective as a treatment method to improve interpersonal relationships and to enhance problem-solving skills in the resolution of difficulties and internal conflicts such as resentfulness toward others in particular Forgiveness is shown to improve psychological well-being, life satisfaction, relationship satisfaction, gratitude, and internal locus of control. Due to developments in positive psychology, the theme of forgiveness has increasingly been observed in psychological studies in recent years. Forgiveness has now become one of positive psychology’s favourite topics. It is conceived as an element of religiosity and hence studies focus on the relation between forgiveness and religiosity


psychology forgiveness, Islamic perspective, covid 19 disease

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