Martial satisfaction and extramarital intensions in clinical and non-clinical samples in gender Perse
Keywords:Eritrean counseling, counseling approach
AbstractBackground: Among all the interpersonal relationship, marriage is the most important one. Marriage is expected to be a source of satisfaction. Marital Satisfaction can be different in male and female and it is related to Extramarital Intentions. Aim: To study the relationship and comparison between marital satisfaction and extramarital intentions in Gender Perse. Methodology: The study was conducted on Clinical and Non-Clinical Samples. Consent form, socio-demographic details and clinical data sheets and marital adjustment Questionnaire and Marital Satisfactory Index was used for data collection. In this study, marital adjustment and marital satisfaction was assessed on a sample of 60 couples. Statistical analysis: t-test and correlation was used. Result: The results indicated that there is no relationship between Marital satisfaction and Extramarital Intentions in Gender Perse. Conclusion: Thus whether an individual is male or female is dissatisfied with their relationship then there are possibility is having extramarital intentions.
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Shukla Aarti, & Dr. M. Anuradha. (2022). Martial satisfaction and extramarital intensions in clinical and non-clinical samples in gender Perse. International Journal of Indian Psychȯlogy, 7(4). https://doi.org/ 10.25215/0704.109
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