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IJFPSS, Vol 4, No 3, Sept, 2014

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Conscious Psychological Balance Encompasses Resilience, Other Self-Regulation Processes, And Justice
DOI:10.14331/ijfpss.2014.330044
M. Jafari Roshan

ABSTRACT
This paper aims to define Conscious Psychological Balance as an essential dimension of mental health. This type ‎of Balance is a product of self-regulatory processes providing productivity and satisfaction. Self-regulatory ‎processes such as resilience are based on cognitive, emotional and behavioral strengths, and should happen ‎adequately within time and different contexts. The concept of Balance emphasizes justice implicitly. This definition ‎is constructed by the comparison of the ideas of different pioneer thinkers in psychology and other disciplines. ‎There are great similarities between the definitions of positive mental health and psychological balance on the ‎subjective and functional aspects of mental health. However, Balance perspective draws attention to a holistic ‎perspective on mental health and can contribute to prevent social problems by emphasizing justice.‎
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Compare the Psychological Basics of Satisfaction in Blind Couples, Sighted Couples and Blind Man or Woman ‎Couples
DOI:10.14331/ijfpss.2014.330045
M. Bagherpour, G.A. Afrooz, M.S. Ahmadi

ABSTRACT
Since marital satisfaction is an important factor to have a life in peace. Thus, to study the state of couple's ‎satisfaction, is so necessary. In this research, a survey containing of 20 both blind couples, 20 both sighted couples, ‎‎20 couples with blind man and sighted woman and 10 couples with blind woman and sighted man according to ‎educational level, duration of common life and the economic situation under the purposive sampling is selected ‎from all the blind and sighted couples of Tehran city. After collecting the data, it was studied by one way Analysis ‎of Variance (ANOVA) and independent (t) test. According to the result of the total average of couples, it does not ‎have any big difference with 95%. Only in 3 subsets of common life, personal behaviors plus communicational ‎and social behaviors, couples with man or woman blind is higher than couples who are both blind or able to see. ‎The same situation of marital satisfaction represented probably the state of blindness is not the main cause of ‎couple's satisfaction.‎
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