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Aghili S M, Zahedi A. Investigating the relationship between spiritual well-being, optimism, and personality traits of couples. fpcej. 2020; 6 (1) :1-22
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1- Assistant Professor of Psychology, Payame Noor University, Golestan, Iran. , Dr_aghili1398@yahoo.com
2- M.Sc., Psychology, Islamic Azad University, Golestan Branch, Iran.
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Family breakdown is one of the most important psychological and social crises that can lead to major changes in people's lives and performance. This study aimed to investigate the relationship between spiritual well-being, optimism, and personality traits of normal couples on the verge of divorce. Research The method of the present study was descriptive-correlational. The statistical population of the present study was normal couples on the verge of divorce in Gorgan in 2015. A sample of 160 people (80 normal couples and 80 couples on the verge of divorce) was selected by the available sampling method. The tools used in this study included Spiritual Welfare Questionnaire (SWBS), Life Orientation (Lot), and Personality Traits (NEO-FFI). Data were analyzed using the logistic regression modeling correlation method. The results indicate that spiritual well-being with subscales of existential health (r = 3.61) (p = 0.000) and religious health (r = 60.6) (p = 0.598); Optimism (r = 1.58) (p = 0.027) and personality traits with neurotic subscale (r = 3.61) (p = 0.914), flexibility (r = 3.61) (292 /P =), responsibility (r = 3.61) (p = 0.375), extraversion (r = 3.61) (p = 0.004) and pleasantness (r = 3.61) (p = 0.043) Is able to predict the couple on the eve of divorce or normalcy. According to the research findings, the existential dimension of spiritual well-being, optimism, and some personality components such as extraversion and pleasantness, will be able to improve the quality of life and relationships of couples.
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