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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 7015-7037

Thinking About Psychological Wellbeing

DR. Rajesh Kumar Upadhyay, MS. Esheta Tyagi, MS. Priyanka Purohit, Dr. Mohit Kumar Ojha.


In this study, the category of well-being is examined from Aristotle to the present day, examining some philosophical and psychological perspectives. Studies in Positive Psychology and their predecessors are examined (with a positive outlook) in light of the importance of happiness for people. Theories produced in the last ten years by other academics Has emphasizes how the harmonious satisfaction of all human desires leads to societal influence and self-realization. This article's authors argue that psychological health is a subjective idea with social roots that are influenced by personal characteristics. Satisfactions are the first step toward happiness, which is linked to emotional states. For the majority of people, one's subjective perception of psychological well-being is correlated with their estimate of their level of life satisfaction in the major areas that matter to them the most. Psychological well-being and physical health are recognised to be related.

Key words: Psychological Wellbeing, Happiness, Quality of Life, Health and Psychology.

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