RELIGIOUS BEHAVIOR SHAPES ADAPTIVE FAMILY COPING INTO WELL-PREPARED IN DISASTER
Sriyono Sriyono, Nursalam Nursalam, Hamzah Hamzah
Spirituality is reportedly able to be a bridge for humans to reach enlightenment in difficult times. The study purpose is to analyze how religious behavior shapes family adaptation during facing heavy ordeals such as risk of disaster. An experimental non-randomized pre- and posttest treatment only design. Twenty respondents vulnerable to the risk of disaster were recruited by a purposive sampling technique. The recruited samples were given Islamic-Based Family Resilience Training, and coping and cortisol were measured after intervention given. The coping variable was collected using a questionnaire and cortisol was measured using ELISA. Data analysis used paired t-test/Mann-Whitney U Test. Comparative statistical test results between pre and post measurements found a significant difference with a value of p = 0.007 (α ≤ 0.05). There was a difference between the mean and SD values from the measurements before and after treatment. The difference was -6.251 ± 9.293 with p = 0.007 (α ≤ 0.05). Families with a high level of spirituality can explore the problems that are being faced. The effectiveness of family resilience training based on Islamic caring helps respondents think clearly in achieving good grades, as evidenced by the expression of normal cortisol as an effect of adequate stress feedback mechanisms.