عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
War as a factor of intense psychological pressure, has wide individual, economic, social and cultural outcomes, which in the range of the generations might have a significant impact on relations between members of a society. This study aimed to investigate the psychological profile, life satisfaction and coping skills in spouses of warriors having post-traumatic stress disorder. For this purpose, in a comparative retrospective study, 344 patients were selected in a randomized cluster sampling method among the spouses of Psychiatry veterans, prisoners of war and martyrs of procrustean war of Tehran Province. They were tested in terms of symptoms of mental disorder, coping responses, and life satisfaction. . Multivariate analysis of variance indicated that the subjects have signs of pathologies in majority of sub-scales but no significance was shown in the psychological profile of spouse of martyrs, prisoners of war and veterans. Results indicated that coping strategies of spouses of martyrs, prisoners of war and veterans have significant difference. It seems that the spouses of martyrs, veterans and prisoners of war are different in their coping strategies. However, the continuous use of emotion-focused coping strategies in the relationship and marital issues, can expose an individual's mental health with difficulties.