Journal of Intellectual Disability - Diagnosis and Treatment

Empirical Study of Family Conflicts as a Factor of Emotional Burnout of a Woman  - Pages 211-218

Iryna O. Biletska, Liudmyla O. Kotlova, Serhii A. Kotlovyi, Liudmyla Ye. Beheza and Lyazzat S. Kulzhabayeva

Published: 15 May 2020


Abstract: Objective: Conflict issues have always been relevant to any society, but in Ukraine, at all stages of its development, conflicts had not just a noticeable place, but also influenced its history.

Background: Conflicts, of course, adversely affect these processes, because a woman spends most of her life in the family and, of course, the climate inside the family affects the emotional state of all its members.

Method: To study the relationship between the level of conflict in the family and the emotional burnout of a woman, we used the following research methods: empirical – methodologies of Y. Aleshina, L. Hoffmann, E. Dubovskaya "The nature of the interaction of the matrimony in conflict situations” and V. Boiko “Diagnostics of emotional burnout”, statistical – Pearson’s linear correlation coefficient.

Results: The study involved 80 participants. The study also determined the relationship between the evaluation of the work-life balance and organizational parameters. As a result of the study, we determined that the syndrome most characteristic of women is exhaustion, at the average level – stress, at a low level, is a resistance.

Conclusion: The study suggests that in families with a high level of conflict, there is emotional exhaustion in women.

Keywords: Family life cycle, marital relationship, stage of resistance, social role.

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