INTERRELATION OF SUBJECTIVE WELLBEING AND SEXUAL SATISFACTION:
Vinichuk Natalya Vladimirovna – Candidate of Science (Psychology), Associate Professor of the Department of Psychology of School of the Humanities at Far Eastern Federal University (Vladivostok).
The article presents the results of an interdisciplinary research of the interrelation of subjective wellbeing and sexual satisfaction of a person. Analyses of the intimate aspects of human activity require an ethical approach which safeguards the preservation of the psychological safety of personality. The established correlation of sexual satisfaction and subjective wellbeing is substantiated by gender features' differentials: interdependence of the parameters is more distinctly expressed in female groups, rather than in male. Commonly, women tend to connect sexual satisfaction to subjective wellbeing to a larger degree, than men.
subjective wellbeing, happiness, sexual satisfaction, gender features.