Life Skills Training and Couples’ Emotional Maturity About To Marriage

Khaled Ahmadikia, Reza Ahmadi

Abstract


The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of life skills training on couples’ emotional maturity about to marriage. The statistical population of the study is all couples about to marriage, who consults pre-marriage counseling centers. After initial examination, 40 girls about to marriage were selected (20 girls in the experimental group and 20 girls in the control group) and randomly divided into two groups. The research instrument was emotional maturity questionnaire. Data were analyzed into descriptive and inferential statistics. At the descriptive level the mean and standard deviation and at the inferential level covariance analysis was used. The results showed that life skills training can increase the couples’ emotional maturity about to marriage.

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