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jundishapur Sci Med J: 15(6); 2017; Jan-Feb: Current Issue
Article title: the effect of life skills training on the frequency of depressive rumination in the spouses of veteran

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Abstract
Background and objective: Physical and psychological problems for people who are directly and indirectly involved in the war, including veterans and their spouses. Given the important role of depressive rumination in the initiation and persistence of depressive, The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of life skills training on the frequency of depressive rumination in the spouses of veterans. subjects and Methods: The study was a pretest - posttest single group. The sample consisted of 20 women in the age range 39 to 58 years. After the announcement of a special life skills training classes for spouses of veterans at Arak health house, In the first session, participants responded to rumination Inventory. Life skills during 10 sessions of 2 hours was taught by two instructors. Finally, at the last session, the participants responded to rumination inventory. Results: Results showed that the between pre-test and post-test in components Uncertainty, rumination, depression rumination Results, There was significant difference. In addition, based on the findings, the relationship between employment status and depressive rumination was not significant. Conclusion: Life skills training leads to achieve self-awareness and control of emotions and the right way to deal with stress makes, Through this mechanism can be reduced depressive rumination. However, future research can investigate impact of life skills on metacognitive beliefs.

Keywords:
rumination, depression, life skills, spouses of veterans

Article Authors:
reyhane sheykhanFirst Authorreyhane.sheykhan@gmail.com
Hamidreza HasanabadiOther Authorhrhassanabadigmail.com
Fazlolah MirdrikvandOther Author
Mohamadali SepahvandiOther Author

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