A Correlation Study between Suicidal Ideation, Psychological Wellbeing, Perceived Physical Health and Spiritual Involvement During the Covid-19 Pandemic
Keywords:Suicidal ideation, perceived physical health, Psychological wellbeing, Spiritual involvement, COVID-19
Abstract“Suicidal ideation” is a major concern for us today. With changing world dynamics, it is important to re-study it again and again. The aim of this research study was to analyze the suicidal ideation of young people in the age group of 20-30 and understand the relation it has to one’s psychological wellbeing, perceived physical health and their spiritual involvement. With current scenario of lockdown it became highly relevant to understand suicidal ideation among people. Covid-19 pandemic had affected every individual globally on some level may it be economic, social, psychological or physical. During 2020, the cases of suicides and mental health issues were also reported higher than usual. Hence this study was undertaken to analyze suicidal ideation among people if any and their psychological well-being, perceived physical health and spiritual involvement. Study was applied on 122 people and four tests were used to analyze all suicidal ideation. perceived physical health, spiritual involvement and psychological wellbeing. The study has been supported with relevant literature and statistics.
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Miss Aishwarya Kale, & Miss Siddhida Kabara. (2022). A Correlation Study between Suicidal Ideation, Psychological Wellbeing, Perceived Physical Health and Spiritual Involvement During the Covid-19 Pandemic. International Journal of Indian Psychȯlogy, 9(2). https://doi.org/10.25215/0902.204
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