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jalaliaria K, ASAYESH H, SEDEHI M, ghanbari M. The Effect of Anxiety Management Skills on Students’ Life Satisfaction in One of the Girls’ High Schools in Gorgan, 2010 . J Res Dev Nurs Midw. 2012; 9 (1) :1-8
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  Background and Objective : Adolescence is a critical period of life accompanied by a high prevalence of anxiety disorders, which can be reduced by acquiring some special skills. The aim of present study was to investigate the effect of anxiety management skills on Students’ Life Satisfaction in one of the Girls’ High schools in Gorgan, 2010.

  Material and Methods : We conducted this pre-experimental study on 60 girl’s students , from a high school in Gorgan, selected via convenience sampling.­­We asked the subjects to fill out the demographic data sheet and Dinner life satisfaction questionnaire, and divided them randomly in two groups of intervention and control. For intervention group, a class of anxiety management was performed.­­To compare the means, we used independent t- test and paired t- test.

  Results: The results show that there is significant difference between the life satisfaction of before and that of after education­(P=0.028­), but it is not true for control group.

  Conclusion: Learning anxiety management skills can increase the rate of life satisfaction in Adolescents therefore, it can help them to overcome many social problems.

  Keywords: Ttraining, Skill, Anxiety, Satisfaction of life, Students

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