Tag: Humility

Humility, Forgiveness, and Romantic Relationships

In, Humility, Forgiveness, and Emerging Adult Female Romantic Relationships, a study published in the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, Chance Bell, Ph.D., along with Frank Fincham, Ph.D., examined a burgeoning topic in family therapy, humility. In their cross-sectional study they examined the relationships among humility, self-forgiveness, partner-forgiveness, and relationship satisfaction in a sample of […]

India: Virtues and Relationships

In collaboration with Dr. Shanmukh Kamble at Karnatak University (Dharwad, India), we are investigating how character strengths and virtues (e.g., humility, forgiveness) and satisfaction in intimate relationships are interrelated. Research indicates these character strengths and virtues are important pieces to satisfying romantic relationships; however, research in this area remains relatively unexplored in non-Western samples such […]

Humility and Wellbeing

Findings from one of the studies of Humility in Religious Leaders will be published in the┬áJournal of Religion and Health. In this study of humility and well-being among established religious leaders (3 years or more; N=274) from the Abrahamic faiths. We found support for the Relational Spirituality Model with (a) differentiation of self and (b) […]

Studying the Benefits of Humility

BU Today featured Steven Sandage, Ph.D., and Director of the Center for the Study of Religion and Psychology at BU’s Danielsen Insitute, in an article,┬áStudying the Benefit of Humility, where he discussed research being conducted on humility in religious leaders.