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CORRELATION OF CHILDHOOD MALTREATMENT, SELF-COMPASSION AND MENTAL HEALTH IN MARRIED PEOPLE

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 Introduction The aim of this study is to explore the correlation between CHILDHOOD MALTREATMENT types, self-compassion and mental health in married people.Materials and Methods: In this cross-sectional descriptive-analytic study 350 married male and female individuals residing in Tehran in 2013 were randomly selected using multi-stage cluster sampling and assigned to complete copies of inventories focused on self-reported child abuse, self-compassion and GENERAL HEALTH. Thirteen completed copies were excluded due to insufficient information whereupon 337 copies were reviewed. SPSS version 19, Pearson’s Correlation, Linear and Multiple Regression were used to analyze the data.Results: There was a significant negative correlation between MALTREATMENT and self-compassion (r=0.521; p<0.001), a significant positive correlation between MALTREATMENT and GENERAL HEALTH (r=0.306; p<0.001). the findings from multiple regression analysis indicated that the subscales for physical harassment, emotional harassment and neglect were significant predictors of self-compassion. The neglect subscale contributed most to the explanation of self-compassion. Furthermore, the emotional harassment subscale alone was capable of predicting GENERAL HEALTH (p<0.001).Conclusion: The findings indicated that the greater the CHILDHOOD harassment, the smaller the adulthood self-compassion and that the greater the CHILDHOOD harassment, the greater the adulthood syndromes of mental disease.

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