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The survey of Confidence and Intimacy in Predicting of Marital Instability. QJCR. 2013; 12 (47) :69-82
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Divorce and separation demolish family as a basic unit of a society. This research aim was the survey of Confidence and Intimacy in Predicting of Marital Instability. This is a descriptive-correlation research. 90 male and 90 female were randomly selected. The Instruments were Walker Intimacy Scale, Confidence Scale and Marital Instability Questionnaires. Pearson Correlation method and step by step multiple regressions were used for analyzing the data. The results showed negative significant correlations between confidence and marital instability. This means that as confidence increased, marital instability decreased and vice versa. Also, there was negative significant correlations between intimacy and marital instability. This means that as Intimacy improved, marital instability decreased and vice versa. Therefore , This article showed that Confidence and intimacy are important factors to predict stability and instability in a marriage. .

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Received: 2015/11/5 | Accepted: 2015/11/8 | Published: 2015/11/8

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