Academic journal article Indian Journal of Positive Psychology

Couple Satisfaction Forecast Based on Five Personality Factors and Coping Strategies in Women with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in Shiraz

Academic journal article Indian Journal of Positive Psychology

Couple Satisfaction Forecast Based on Five Personality Factors and Coping Strategies in Women with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in Shiraz

Article excerpt

The family institution is one of the most important social institutions that begin with marriage, so marriage has a fundamental and fundamental importance since the foundation's opening ceremony, and the foundation of the family is laid in marriage. If the marriage is successful, it helps a lot in psychosocial development. The success of marriage depends on the level of readiness of individuals for marriage and their realistic understanding of marital relationships. Couples' relationship has unique characteristics that awareness and acceptance of these characteristics by the couple can contribute to the success of marriage (Nazari, 2007). It is not advisable to achieve mutual maturity in marriage and marital satisfaction in most cases, but with regard to factors affecting marital satisfaction, we can expect that by increasing the level of marital satisfaction and mental health, many psychological, emotional and social problems (Mazarei, 2009). The description of the obsessive-compulsive disorder since its inception, by Scirol (1838) has not changed so far. This disorder is introduced with various titles such as obsessive compulsive disorder, Norouz or obsessive compulsive disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Obsessive-compulsive disorder or obsessive-compulsive disorder is determined by intrusive thoughts, mental images and compulsive behaviors. Mandatory practices include obvious rituals (such as frequent washing of hands & checking behaviors) and subtle rituals; These two types of ritual are considered here as despicable behaviors. Revised Text The fourth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM IV-TR) defines obsessive-compulsive disorder as recognizing the predictive ways that differs from over-concern concerns about real life issues. This refers to the differentiation of obsessive-compulsive thoughts from the concerns that are common in anxiety disorder.

Problem statement

The study of the history of mental disorders shows that these disorders have always been and are human beings, and humans resort to appropriate and inappropriate ways to prevent and treat it. One of these disorders is obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), which has an adverse effect on the psychosocial and economic performance of the individual and even the family, especially marital satisfaction. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD): An OCD is a chronic anxiety disorder that is associated with extreme mental employment in the order and the affairs, as well as in perfection, to a degree that results in loss of flexibility, clarity, and efficiency (Kaplan & Saduk, 2010). Another definition of this disorder is that obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a common heterogeneous mental disorder with thoughts and actions. Obsessive compulsive disorder involves disturbing thoughts, recurrences, and unwanted continuous thoughts.

Statistical society

The statistical population of this study included all paired individuals with obsessive-compulsive disorder referring to Shiraz clinics in 2014.

Method

The present research is based on descriptive-cross-sectional research with respect to its objectives and its nature, using correlation method in the form of a pre-design.

Participants

In this research, 60 people who referred to health centers were selected using purposeful sampling method. They were selected based on a questionnaire, structured clinical interview and obsessive-compulsory psychiatrist's opinion. Referring to psychiatric centers, Hafez Hospital and Imam Reza Clinic (AS) their statistics were reviewed.

Information gathering tool

Enrich Marital Satisfaction Inventory (1989): This questionnaire has been used as a valid research tool in numerous surveys to measure marital satisfaction.

Information gathering tool

Enrich Marital Satisfaction Inventory (1989): This questionnaire has been used as a valid research tool in numerous surveys to measure marital satisfaction. …

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