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Health Spiritual Med Ethics 2015, 2(3): 22-29 Back to browse issues page
Children's Mental Health from the Perspective of Traditions and Religious Texts
Maryam Rasti Broojeni , Shayesteh Bannaeian Broojeni
Shahrekord University of Medical Sciences
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Today, discussions on health have considered the spiritual – mental health on a par with physical health. A close relationship can be seen between two points, mental health and ethical, training issues, so that individuals who do not have spiritual virtues and religious training are not healthy individuals. Due to the considerable importance of moral and mental health about children, this study was aimed to investigate training issues and moral and mental health about children.

The main source used in this research was Comprehensive Al-ahadith software Version 3.5 provided in Islamic research computer center, which included more than 180 books of hadith in Arabic and Persian language. At the first, keywords about mental, health, child, and training were searched and all related data were collected. Then, data were categorized based on specific subjects and described.

In a total classification, the training, moral and mental health education of children can be divided into two categories from the perspective of narratives, before and after the birth. A prenatal period includes before marriage, before the formation of the embryo, during the formation of embryo, during pregnancy and after birth period includes searching a fair name, promoting learning capacity, interplaying infant, and the main role of mothers in childhood and lactation period.

Childhood constitutes the substructure of individual’s growth and the provision of mental health for each person depends on the way of child training. Islam has been based on the growth and completeness and has presented useful educations about child training and to carry out these instructions necessitates taking- effective steps for promoting mental health.

Keywords: Child, Mental Health, Traditional, Review.
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Type of Study: Original Article | Subject: General
Received: 2016/02/17 | Accepted: 2016/02/17 | Published: 2016/02/17
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Rasti Broojeni M, Bannaeian Broojeni S. Children's Mental Health from the Perspective of Traditions and Religious Texts. Health Spiritual Med Ethics. 2015; 2 (3) :22-29
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