EFFECTS OF THE FLOURISH ENHANCING PROGRAM BASED ON POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY AMONG LATE MIDDLE-AGED MIGRANT WOMEN

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  • Su Hyun Jang and Sung Hee Lee

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.59670/ml.v20i4.2975

Keywords:

Migrant Women, Positive psychology, menopause, late middle-age, flourish, self-compassion

Abstract

Compared to the host communities, migrants are frequently more susceptible to health problems, especially among women. The promotion of health equity in society therefore depends on the health of migratory women. This study examined the effect of Flourish Enhancing Program Based on Positive Psychology (FEPBPP) on menopause self-awareness symptoms (MSAS), coping styles of life regrets, self-compassion, and flourishing in late middle-aged migrant women. Participants were women in their late middle-age (N= 47). The design used for the study is non-equivalent control group time series. The FEPBPP was conducted for 10 sessions, with 2 sessions per week of 60 minutes each. Based on our analysis, we found that the FEPBPP is very effective in significantly improving MSAS, coping styles of life regrets, self-compassion, and flourish between the groups at three different times.

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Published

2023-07-21

How to Cite

Su Hyun Jang and Sung Hee Lee. (2023). EFFECTS OF THE FLOURISH ENHANCING PROGRAM BASED ON POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY AMONG LATE MIDDLE-AGED MIGRANT WOMEN. Migration Letters, 20(4), 21–32. https://doi.org/10.59670/ml.v20i4.2975

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