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Zali Z, Ahmadi S, Sarami Foroshani G. The mediating role of marital forgiveness in the relationship between psychological hardiness and marital burnout. FPCEJ. 2019; 5 (1) :107-124
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1- Kharazmi University, Tehran, Iran
2- Assistant Professor, Faculty of Psychology, Kharazmi University, Tehran, Iran. , ahmadi139090@yahoo.com
3- Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology, School of Psychology, Kharazmi University, Tehran, Iran
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the mediating role of marital forgiveness in the relationship between psychological hardiness and marital burnout The research design was descriptive-correlation. The statistical population was all married women referred to municipal centers in district 12 of Tehran. A sample of 239 people were selected using available sampling. The research instruments were Panies Marital Burnout Scale (CBM) (1996), Ahwaz Psychological Hardiness Scale (AHI) (1377) and The Family Forgiveness Scale (FFS) was Pollard et al (1998). Structural analysis, Pearson correlation coefficient and regression were used to analyze the data and analyzed using Amos and spss-20 software. Results showed that there is a significant and negative relationship between marital burnout and marital forgiveness (-0/442), as well as between marital burnout and psychological hardiness (/0492). This means that the greater the amount of marital forgiveness, the lower the degree of marital burnout, and the higher the degree of psychological hardiness, the lower the amount of marital burnout. Also, the results showed that psychological hardiness and marital forgiveness predict marital burnout, and the psychological hardiness variable has a more important role in this regard. The results of structural analysis showed that marital forgiveness does not play a mediator role in the relationship between psychological hardiness and marital burnout.
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