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Zahd Babolan A, Hosseni Shorabeh M, Peri Kamrani M, Dehghan F. Compare marital satisfaction, marital conflict and forgiveness in ordinary couples in divorce. FPCEJ. 2015; 1 (2) :74-84
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1- Associate Professor at Ardebil University,Ardebil, Iran
2- Master of Family Counseling, University of Mohaghegh Ardabili, Ardebil, Iran
3- Ph.D. Student of Consultation, Allameh Tabatabai University, Tehran, Iran
4- Master of Psychology, University of Mohaghegh Ardabili, Ardebil, Iran , fateme.dehghan1368@gmail.com
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This study compared the marital satisfaction, marital conflict and forgiveness in ordinary couples in divorce. The method of this study, causal - comparative and sample consisted of 75 normal and 75 couples had divorced couple that is the sampling method were selected. The instrument used for data collection questionnaire Sanaee marital conflict, marital satisfaction (Enrich) and interpersonal forgiveness EHTESHAM was born and colleagues. In analyzing the data, the frequency, mean and standard deviation for the results of descriptive and multivariate analysis of variance and t-sample (Manoa) was used for analytical findings. Results: The results showed that the mean total relief t-sample is the significant relationship. Multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) showed a significant difference between the two groups is statistically significant is divorce. According to the statistics (001/0> p), thus there where between mean scores of two groups: normal and is divorced couples in marital satisfaction, marital conflict and forgiveness, there are also significant differences in Mvlfh¬ family strength between the ordinary couples in divorce due to the significant level (001/0> p) there are significant differences. Also in the relief components between the normal and the couple are divorcing, according to a significant level (001/0> p) a significant difference was observed. The results showed that normal in terms of marital satisfaction, marital conflict and divorce is the gift of more-more of the components are common in couples greater family stability and relief components of the couple are divorcing is<span dir="RTL" lang="FA" style="line-height: 90%; font-family: " b="" zar";="" font-size:="" 11.5pt;="" mso-ascii-theme-font:="" major-bidi;="" mso-hansi-theme-font:="" mso-no-proof:="" yes;="" mso-ascii-font-family:="" "times="" new="" roman";="" mso-hansi-font-family:="" roman";"="">.

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