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The present study sheds further light on the relationship between coping style and emotional competency between disturbed and non-disturbed married couples in four district (Sirsa, Fatehabad, Hisar and Bhiwani) of Haryana (India) that is previously untested. Conflict resolution style inventory and emotional competency scale was used for data collection. A total of 400 of married coupless were selected and analyzed using the F test, and describing using two way annova.. Results reveal that non-disturbed couples shows a higher score and significant relationship in comparison to disturbed married couples on dimension of coping resolution style inventory. Overall, Finding reveals that family type was significantly associated with gender difference among non-disturbed and disturbed married couples. This research gives insight and helpful for counselors to understand the perception and mindset of couples.
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