Relationship Between Of Applying Of Self-Compassion, Religiosity And Theory Of Planned Behaviour In Covid 19 Pandemic
This paper aims to determine the relationship between self-compassion and religiosity in COVID 19 pandemic. Appreciation of religion (at-tadayyun) or religiosity is an important aspect in a person’s life as it has a major influence on behaviour, practices and personality. Self-compassion is an individual’s self-perception that can help understand and persuade oneself with positive words when facing difficult times in life or when committing a transgression by not trying extreme self-criticism and admitting that all that happens is part of a good experience in life. The hypothesis in this study states that there is a positive relationship between self-compassion, Theory of Planned Behaviour and religiosity. This shows that there is a positive and significant relationship between self-compassion, Theory of Planned Behaviour and religiosity when facing the COVID 19 pandemic. This indicates that the higher the self-compassion, the higher the religiosity when facing the COVID 19 pandemic.