The aim of this study was to determine the mediating role of self-differentiation in the relationship between lifestyle and tolerance of anxiety with marital conflicts in working women in Estahban. The method of the present study was descriptive-correlation of structural equations. The statistical population of this study consisted of all working women in Estahban in 1399. From the statistical population, 260 people were selected and studied by one-stage cluster sampling method. For data collection, Scorne and Smith (2003) self-differentiation questionnaires, Simmons and Gaher (2005) distress tolerance (LSQ) and Sanaei et al. (MCQ) (2008) marital conflict questionnaires were used. After collecting and extracting data, participants' scores were analyzed using Pearson correlation coefficient and path analysis by SPSS-24 statistical software. Findings of direct research paths showed that among the components of lifestyle (environmental health, accident prevention, drug and substance avoidance, social health, spiritual health, psychological health, disease prevention, weight and nutrition control, exercise and health and wellness There is a significant negative correlation between distress (tolerance, evaluation, attraction, and adjustment) and self-differentiation (emotional reaction, my position, emotional breakdown, and fusion with others) with marital conflict. Also, the results of indirect hypothesis showed that self-differentiation has a significant mediating role in the relationship between lifestyle and stress tolerance with marital conflicts in working women in Estahban.
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