Vol 6 (2022): June (on progress)

Description of Resilience in Post-Married Adolescent Adolescent in Sidoarjo
Gambaran Resiliensi Pada Remaja Pasca Berhubungan Seksual Pra Nikah di Sidoarjo

Muhammad Wildan Al Jawahiri
Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo, Indonesia
Widyastuti Widyastuti
Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo, Indonesia *

(*) Corresponding Author
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Published October 19, 2021
  • Resiliensi,
  • Remaja,
  • Berhubungan Seksual Pra Nikah
How to Cite
Jawahiri, M. W. A., & Widyastuti, W. (2021). Description of Resilience in Post-Married Adolescent Adolescent in Sidoarjo. Academia Open, 6, 10.21070/acopen.6.2022.2435. https://doi.org/10.21070/acopen.6.2022.2435


Premarital sexual relations experienced by young women can have a negative psychological impact. To deal with these conditions, it takes skills to restore mental conditions to normal, such as having not been exposed to a problem called resilience. This study aims to determine the description of resilience and the factors that influence resilience in adolescents who have had premarital sex. This study uses a qualitative method with a phenomenological type, using 1 female subject aged between 13 – 23 years who lives in the city of Sidoarjo. Determination of subjects using a non-random sampling technique with purposive sampling strategy, data collection methods in the form of interviews with one primary subject, 2 significant others, and rating scale. The results showed that there was a picture of resilience in adolescent girls who had experienced adversity due to premarital sex. The most dominant aspect is insight, and the aspect that does not appear is humor. As well as showing the factors that influence resilience in adolescent girls in the form of I Have, I Am, I Can.


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