Forgiveness and Subjective Well Being Of Adolescent Divorced Parents
The divorce rate in Indonesia shows an increasing number. Parental divorce has an impact on the lives of individuals who are in their teens. Teens with divorced parents are more prone to experiencing problems. This study aims to determine forgiveness and subjective well-being in adolescents with divorced parents and the benefits of this research to add new insights about adolescents with divorced parents so that they can understand the adolescent's situation. Research subjects are individuals who are in their adolescence aged 13-18 years and have divorced parents for more than 6-months. This study uses quantitative methods with incidential sampling techniques. The person correlation r score shows the number 0,666 with p = 0,000; because p < which means level of correlation between the variable forgiveness and subjective well being.
Keywords : Subjective Well Being, Forgiveness
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