THE IMPACT OF PARENT CHILD RELATIONSHIP ON PERSONAL SELF-CONCEPT, AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WELLBEING AMONG YOUNG ADULTS

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Sana Khalid
Sehr Sulaiman
Amna Samar
Umme Sumaiyya Siddiqui

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The present research was aimed to investigate the impact of parent and child relationship on self-concept and psychological wellbeing among young adults. The study was quantitative survey design included university students, both male and female within the age of 18 to 21 years old. The sample (N=249) was gathered using random sampling method. Data was assembled by using the Parent Adult Child Relationship Scale (Peisah et al.,1998), Personal Self-Concept Scale (Goñir et al., 2011) and Psychological Well-being Scale (Ryff, 2007). It was found that there was no significant impact of parental child relationship on self-concept among young adults. According to the findings, the results did verify the impact of parental relationships on young adults on the self-compassion sub-scales, and three sub-scales of psychological wellbeing. In conclusion, the hypotheses of the study were partially proven. Thus, the findings of the current research have given the particular significance of parental support in relation to positive student mental health outcome of their children.

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Sana Khalid, Sehr Sulaiman, Amna Samar, & Umme Sumaiyya Siddiqui. (2024). THE IMPACT OF PARENT CHILD RELATIONSHIP ON PERSONAL SELF-CONCEPT, AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WELLBEING AMONG YOUNG ADULTS. International Journal of Contemporary Issues in Social Sciences .ISSN (E) 2959-2461 (P) 2959-3808, 3(1), 1855–1863. Retrieved from http://ijciss.org/index.php/ijciss/article/view/595
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