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American Journal of Psychology and Cognitive Science, Vol.4, No.4, Dec. 2018, Pub. Date: Oct. 25, 2018
The Effectiveness of Parenting Based on Mind-Fullness on Lifestyle and Parental Stress in Mothers with Hyperactive Children in Isfahan
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[01] Neda Mazloom Pour, Department of Counseling, Khomeinishahr Branch, Islamic Azad University, Khomeinishahr, Iran.
[02] Ahmad Abedi, Department of Counseling, Khomeinishahr Branch, Islamic Azad University, Khomeinishahr, Iran.
The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of parenting based on mind fullness on parenting styles and stress in mothers with high school children in Isfahan. This was done by quasi-experimental method with pre-test and post-test design and two groups were tested and controlled. The statistical population of the present study was mothers with hyperactivity child aged 7 to 12 years old in primary schools in Isfahan, 2017. Of these, 26 mothers who received a higher score in response to the Coners questionnaire (parental form) and willing to volunteer with the researcher, they were selected through purposeful and random sampling. The mothers were randomly divided into two groups: intervention (13 people) and control (13 people). Intervention groups within 8 weeks Mentally-aware parenting education was given. To measure the effectiveness of parenting based on mind fullness on lifestyle and parent's stress, the two groups in pre-test, post-test and follow-up (After one month of completion), parents' stress scales (PSI-SF) and lifestyle (Laali et al., 2012) were performed on them. The results of variance analysis with repeated measures showed that parenting education based on mind fullness had an effect on reducing parental stress and its dimensions, as well as improving lifestyle and its dimensions, and the effect of these trainings continued in the follow-up phase.
Parenting Education Based on Mind Fullness, Parental Stress, Lifestyle, Overactive Child
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