Exploring subjective wellbeing after birth: a qualitative deductive descriptive study
Introduction: Subjective wellbeing is made up of cognitive (life satisfaction and positive functioning) and emotional (positive and negative affect) components. The subjective wellbeing of women in the perinatal period is poorly understood compared to that experienced by the general population. The aim of this paper is to describe women’s experiences of subjective wellbeing postpartum using the European Social Survey Wellbeing module to facilitate discussion.
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- © 2019 Alderdice F. This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial 4.0 International License.
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