‫پژوهشی‬ ‫مقاله‬ Predicted coping styles with pregnancy-specific stress on basis of spiritual well-being

Foruzandeh Hafshejani, Foruzandeh Hafshejani, Darakhshandeh Hafshejani, S Deris
2018 Journal of Clinical Nursing and Midwifery   unpublished
and aims: Pregnancy seems a pleasure time of women's life, but this time considers as an experience of the high levels of stress. About stress and coping strategies, one of the important concepts is spiritual health. Therefore, the present study was aimed to predict specific styles of coping with stress during pregnancy based on spiritual health in pregnant women referred to health centers in Hafshejan. Methods: The study was a descriptive correlational research. The surveyed sample was 200
more » ... sample was 200 pregnant women referred to health centers in Hafshejan who selected by convenience sampling. For data collection, Spiritual Well-being (Paloutzian and Ellison) and Billings and Mouse questionnaires were used. Collected data were analyzed using Pearson correlation and multiple regressions tests. Results: The results showed that the mean age of pregnant women was 27.68±4.75, the mean number of pregnancies in mothers was 1.73±0.79, the mean pregnancy interval was 68.22±44.17 and the mean number of children was 0.71±0.73. Also, the results showed a positive significant linear correlation between spiritual well-being and coping styles (r=0.457, P<0.001). Multiple regression analysis showed that spiritual well-being was able to predict the coping styles with stress during pregnancy. Conclusion: Considering the positive relationship between spiritual health and coping styles during pregnancy, more attention of women's health care specialists on the methods to promote spiritual well-being is emphasized during pregnancy.
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