Happiness and Sincerity for Women Who Hijrah
This study aims to find out happiness and gratitude for women who hijraH This research is phenomenological qualitative research using three women emigrated as research subjects determined by using snowball sampling technique. The data collection method used is semi-structured interviews with Milles and Huberman data analysis techniques with source triangulation and time triangulation as data validity tests. The results showed a picture of happiness which was seen from the psychological well being and gratitude dimensions of women who emigrated from Several aspects. The first intensity that showed that the three subjects felt grateful after they could Hijrah with different ways of being thankful before and after emigrating and accompanied by forms their gratitude that can be through the heart, verbal, and deeds. The second aspect is the frequency which indicates an enormous amount of appreciation after emigrating, while still giving rise to gratitude in various situations and conditions. The third aspect is the span which shows the events that can generate appreciation and the benefits obtained after being grateful. The fourth aspect is density which shows the parties who want to express appreciation and thanks for the pleasure or kindness they get along with how they are to reciprocate the generosity of those parties which is used as their form of recognition.