Explaining psychological well-being with the role of attachment to God and the feeling of shame and sin
Armaghane Danesh Bimonthly Journal
and Aim: Psychological well-being is a branch of positive psychology, which has been increasingly sought after by psychologists and counselors. Psychological well-being, which is one of the indicators of mental health, is a translation of positive emotions and general satisfaction from one's life and others in different areas of family, education and occupation, and has emotional components as well as cognitive components. The cognitive component represents the individual's satisfaction from
... e and the individual's assessment of various aspects of life and the emotional component of the interpreter is the relative presence of positive emotions and the absence of negative excitement. This research aims to explain psychological well-being based on attachment to God and psychological well-being. Methods: Non-experimental research and its design were correlated. The statistical population included 328 students in Yasuj University. They were selected by multi-stage cluster sampling. After attending the classroom and obtaining satisfaction and providing the necessary explanations, a questionnaire was provided to them. From scales of attachment to God, Cricket Patrick, psychological well-being of Allen Watterman, and the feelings of shame and guilt of Tajni and Deiring. In this research, after collecting the data, using the questionnaire technique, the final data were extracted and analyzed using the software (Amos) version 24 (spss) version 18. Conclusion: Those who have a good attachment to God have a favorable psychological well-being. Also, analysis of the results showed that there is a positive and significant relationship between feeling of shame and sin with psychological well-being and attachment to God. Benjamin can be said that attachment to God and the feeling of shame and sin affects psychological well-being and mental health.