This study examined the relationship between psychological resilience, self-compassion, and marital satisfaction of married individuals, as well as the extent to which resilience and self-compassion predict marital satisfaction.In order to achieve the intended objective, the researchers employed the relational survey model, which is a quantitative research methodology. The sample of the study consisted of 305 married individuals, 216 (70.8%) women and 89 (29.2%) men, living in the Dulkadiroğlu district of Kahramanmaraş province in 2023, using a non-random/convenient sampling method. Data were collected online with the Sociodemographic Information Form, Resilience Scale for Adults, Self-Sensitivity Scale, and Marital Satisfaction Scale. In the process of data collection, the introductory section of the form provided details regarding the research objective, the scales employed in the study, pertinent information about these scales, and the voluntary consent form. The normality of the data was assessed using the Shapiro-Wilk Test in the study. The researchers employed Standard Multiple Regression Analysis to examine the predictive relationship between psychological resilience and self-compassion variables and the average scores on the Marital Satisfaction Scale, as well as its subscales. The Pearson product-moment correlation is a statistical measure that quantifies the strength and direction of the linear relationship between two variables. It is commonly used in research and data analysis The utilization of coefficient analysis was employed to investigate the associations among the variables. Before performing Multiple Regression Analysis, it was determined that the necessary conditions were met. The results found a positive and significant relationship between the total mean scores of the Marital Satisfaction Scale, the mean scores of the Family, Sexuality, and Self sub-dimensions, and the mean scores of the Resilience Scale for Adults and Self-Sensitivity Scale. In addition, it was found that the total mean scores of the Marital Satisfaction Scale and the mean scores of the Family, Sexuality, and Self sub-dimensions significantly predicted the mean scores of the Resilience Scale for Adults and Self-Sensitivity Scale.
Psychological resilience, self-compassion, marital satisfaction.