| Published: August 27, 2021
Family Intimacy, Family Satisfaction and Psychological Well-Being among the Youth and Middle Age
The present study examines the significance between family privacy orientation, family satisfaction and psychological wellbeing among adults and middle-aged population. The study proposes three null hypotheses, which states that, 1) There will be no significant relationship between intimacy with family and family satisfaction among the population, 2) There will be no significant relationship between family satisfaction and psychological wellbeing among the population and 3) There will be no the significant difference in intimacy with family, family satisfaction, psychological wellbeing with age. The measures used to assess the above-mentioned variables are Pedersen’s Privacy Questionnaire (1979), Satisfaction With Family Life, SWFL (2013) and Flourishing Scale, FS (2010), respectively. The targeted population include 300 participants with 150 male and 150 female participants, with equal representation of adults and middle-aged population. The results are expected to yield a significant relationship between intimacy with family and family satisfaction, significant relationship between family satisfaction and psychological wellbeing and significant difference between in intimacy with family, family satisfaction, psychological wellbeing with age.
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© 2021, Minu B D & Vimala A M
Received: July 07, 2021; Revision Received: August 09, 2021; Accepted: August 27, 2021
Published in Volume 09, Issue 3, July- September, 2021