Psychological well-being consists of positive relationships with others, personal mastery, autonomy, a feeling of purpose and meaning in life, and personal growth and development.
Psychological well-being is attained by achieving a state of balance affected by both challenging and rewarding life events.
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Studies have discovered that people with higher psychological well-being are more likely to live healthier and longer lives. They are also more likely to enjoy a better quality of life. Better psychological well-being is also associated with fewer social problems.
By far the most widely used and successful method for measuring psychological wellbeing is to use self-report questionnaires. Any comprehensive assessment of workplace wellbeing would need to assess the extent to which people experience a positive sense of purpose at work
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