Paper Title
Hedonistic Wellbeing, Self Esteem, and Life Satisfaction Among Young Adults.

This study has been conducted to find out the effect of hedonistic wellbeing on self-esteem and life satisfaction. The sample for this study were young adults that are participants in the age group of 18-25 years. Hedonistic Wellbeing is an approach where individuals focus on pleasure attainment and pain avoidance. The purpose of this study is to find out whether young adults retain hedonistic well-being, which has a direct effect on their Self Esteem and Life Satisfaction. This is a cross sectional study including 218 young adults recruited through convenience sampling. The questionnaires used are, Ryff’s Psychological Well Being, The Satisfaction with Life Scale, Rosenberg Self Esteem Scale. The method used to find out the correlation is Pearson’s Moment Correlation. This is a significant correlation at 0.05 and 0.01 level. The significant correlation between hedonistic well-being, Life Satisfaction and Self Esteem is 0.359 and the significant correlation between Life Satisfaction and Self Esteem 0.379. The results of the study indicate that young adults are able to retain hedonistic well-being, which has a direct impact on their self-esteem, and results in better life satisfaction. Keywords - Cross Sectional; Effect; Pearson; Result; Retain.