Religious Evidence-Based Spiritual Self-Care Guidelines in Anger Management
Received Date: Apr 02, 2018 / Accepted Date: Apr 09, 2018 / Published Date: Apr 16, 2018
Background and Aims: Due to the increasing prevalence of aggression and its destructive impact on various aspects of health, familiarity with simple and practical methods of anger management is necessary. This study aimed to design and validate religious evidence-based spiritual self-care guidelines in anger management.
Methods: In an evolutionary research, focused on the question of “What are the guidelines of anger managing?” based on the religious and scientific evidence-based approach, the evidence was first reviewed by PICO method. Based on Sattler Model, instructions were extracted. Validity of instructions in three Delphi rounds was investigated with survey seminary and university professors. The instructions ability to apply, in focus groups meetings with nurses, was investigated. Quality of new guidelines was desirable by Agree and Glia questionnaire.
Findings: The aim of the therapeutic interventions in scientific psychology is reducing emotional impulses and physiological arousal by increasing the awareness of individuals towards anger and its control techniques. In addition to treating the excitement of anger, Islam addresses the individual to an endurance that is the opposite of anger. Religious behavioural and cognitive anger management guidelines provide spiritual care that can easily be done by client in schedule of daily pastoral self-care.
Conclusion: Simple, intelligible and practical religious evidence-based guidelines can be used to strengthen selfcontrol and daily self-calculation. In addition to reducing aggression, they promote the spiritual well-being of individuals and prevent the social and psychosocial outcomes of anger.
Keywords: Guideline; Anger management; Spiritual; Self-care
Citation: Asadzandi M, Eskandari AR (2018) Religious Evidence-Based Spiritual Self-Care Guidelines in Anger Management. J Health Educ Res Dev 6: 255. Doi: 10.4172/2380-5439.1000255
Copyright: ©2018 Asadzandi M, et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
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