The present research is aimed at investigating the effectiveness of self-compassion focused Therapy on finding meaning in life, and sexual satisfaction in women with addicted husband in the city of Mashhad. The research was a semi-experimental study with pretest-posttest design and control group. The population included all the women with addicted husbands who had referred to addiction treatment centers. 30 people were selected by purposive convenience sampling. 15 people were randomly assigned to the experimental group of self-compassion training and 15 people were randomly assigned to the control group average. The questionnaires included Steger and Frazier’s meaning in life questionnaire (2006) used for measuring finding meaning in life, and Yavari Kermani’s sexual satisfaction questionnaire (2007) used for measuring sexual satisfaction. The mentioned questionnaires were used in two phases of pretest and posttest. The experimental group received self-compassion training program for eight 120-minute sessions. The findings of multivariate and one-way analysis of covariance in the experimental and control groups showed that the effect of self-compassion training was in the subscales of self-compassion training significantly increased the variables of finding meaning in life (F=12/42, P < 0/01), existence of meaning (F=4/25, p < 0/05), seeking for meaning (F=17/84), and sexual satisfaction (F=93/51, p < 0/001) in women. The results of this study suggested that self-compassion training is an effective way of increasing the variables of finding meaning in life, and sexual satisfaction in women with addicted husbands.
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