It is necessary to pay attention to the psychological perceptions of devotees in the family environment exposed to the mental illness associated with the war and its effects. Therefore, the present research was done on the attitudes to life in the thwarted belongingness and perceived burdensomeness in veterans.
The method of this research is correlational. The statistical population includes 120 amputations in the city of Ardakan in the winter of 2017. The sample was selected through a department of the martyr Ardakan municipality in presence of defender and the research questionnaires were provided with a given time period to answer. Interpersonal need Questionnaires (INQ) and attitude towards life were completed by devotees. To analyze the data, descriptive statistics and Pearson correlation coefficients and stepwise regression analysis were used through SPSS22 software.
The results show that all dimensions of attitude towards life, except accepting of death has a significant relationship with the feeling of being overwhelmed by veterans, Also, all dimensions of attitude towards life, except responsibility, have a significant relationship with the neutral attachment of devotees. The results of stepwise regression show that predictive variables, only existential vacuum, purposefulness and meaning search can predict 18% of the variance associated with the feeling of overhead and 16% of the variance of neutral attachment.
Understanding spiritual experience and attitudes toward veterans' lives can be used to develop comprehensive interventions by psychologists and counselors to improve their quality and satisfaction with their lives.
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