A Remedy Model for Improving Psychological Strength Based on Buddhist Psychology for Women with Disappointed Love

Authors

  • Theeratham Thongmothai Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University
  • Witchuda Thitishotirattana Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University

Keywords:

Psychological Strength, Buddhist Psychology, Disappointment, Love

Abstract

This research is a documentary research and interview with experts in Buddhism and psychology. Objectives of the study included 1) to study principle of healing the mental condition of women with disappointed love based on Buddhism and Western psychology; 2) to study Buddhist principle of improving psychological strength of women with disappointed love based on Buddhist Psychology; 3) to study a remedy model for improving psychological strength of women with disappointed love; and 4) to propose a remedy model for improving psychological strength of women with disappointed love.

 Results of the study were as follows:

1. With regard to principles of healing mental condition of women with disappointed love based on Buddhism and Western psychology it found that principles based on Western psychology focused on helping methods of suffering persons, while in the Buddhist perspective of views did not focused only on the helping method but also on a self-development in the righteous way of living.

2. Regarding the Buddhist principle of improving psychological strength of women with disappointed love is worldly conditions, five powers and Threefold Training

3. For a remedy model for improving psychological strength of women with disappointed love if found that it consisted of 1) the point of view on the importance of love and life, 2) understanding about romantic love of man and woman, 3) causes of disappointment in love and its effect to women’s life, 4) the process of improving psychological strength by healing the mental condition based on Buddhist Psychology

4. Regarding the result of the proposal of a remedy model for improving psychological strength of women with disappointed love based on Buddhist Psychology it found that the evaluation of validity and reliability was in good level of all points.

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Published

2020-12-31

How to Cite

Thongmothai, T., & Thitishotirattana, W. (2020). A Remedy Model for Improving Psychological Strength Based on Buddhist Psychology for Women with Disappointed Love. Journal of MCU Humanities Review, 6(2), 125–136. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/human/article/view/240676