Psychological Nurturing of Adolescents through Prophetic Stories of Quran

1. Tehreem Fatima
M.Phil. Scholar,
Institute of Islamic Studies, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
2. Aqsa Tasgheer
Ph.D. Scholar,
Institute of Islamic Studies, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan,


Psychology plays a significant role in adolescents’ personality development. Psychosocial nurturing of adolescents is correlated with parenting and personality development speculations. While examining psychology, it comes with the idea of spirit, heart, and intelligence. Islam itself is involved in human psychology as it examines these parts of human character and their role in life. Islam enlightens the significance of carrying out good acts and staying away from committing sins. Endeavors to reestablish the ethics of adolescents and guide them to the right path dependent on the guidance from the Quran should begin from birth until they develop into adulthood. The Quran used various manners to guide people from the direct and circuitous talk, dialogue, speech, storytelling, and so forth. Storytelling is among the unique styles utilized in the Quran that can be found in an assortment of ways, for example, by utilization of emotional exchange or characterization. Moreover, the Quran presents messages and qualities as examples and suggestions to its readers that immensely attract adolescents. This article attempts to discuss and examine how the Quran utilizes stories in imparting ethical lessons. Moreover, this research paper tries to find out how storytelling is used in clarifying the message of Islam as revealed in the Quran and to discover the components and strategies used for psychological development in prophetic stories of the Quran.

Keywords: Psychological, Adolescent, Prophet, Quranic, Stories


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