READ THE REALITY OF FAMILY RESILIENCE IN FACING PANDEMICS COVID-19 IN INDONESIA
Two months of co-epidemic 19 hit Indonesia, triggering the occurrence of individual and family psychological vulnerabilities. This study aims to describe the picture of family resilience including sociopsychological resilience, economic resilience, and health resilience that occurs in the course of a 2-month outbreak and coping efforts undertaken. Data was dug out to non-positive provides 19 positive families through direct but limited interviews, observations, and more on analysis of discussions, complaints from several families in social media formed long before covidation19. Data analysis follows the framework of Miles & Huberman (1992), from data reduction, presentation, and conclusion drawing. The results of the study illustrate that sociopsychological resilience experiences a struggle for self-conflict because it conflicts with the idea of being able to maintain economic and health.