The study aimed to identify the quality of life and its relation to self-esteem for a sample of drug addicts, as well as the differences between returning to addiction once and returning to addiction more than once in these variables. The study sample consisted of 70 male drug addicts using tramadol, cannabis, and alcohol who frequented the drug treatment center of the anti-narcotics program in Jordan. Two scales were used to assess the quality of life and self- esteem. The study results showed a significant correlation between quality of life and self-esteem. Moreover, the results showed that there were statistically significant differences between the means of drug addicts in favor of addiction once and those returning to addiction more than once in both quality of life and self-esteem for the drug addicts returning to addiction once.
Tarawneh, Hussein; H. Tarawneh, Haya; Abu Sulaiman, Bahjat; S. Alnasraween, Mo’en; and M. Nawafleh, Anas
"Quality of Life and its Relation to Self-Esteem for a Sample of Drugs Addicts,"
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