The relationship between post-menopausal women’s successful aging, global self-esteem and sexual quality of life
White, A.J., & Taliaferro, D. (2016). The relationship between post-menopausal women’s successful aging, global self-esteem and sexual quality of life. International Association for Human Caring, 20(2), in press.
Using Flood’s Successful Aging theory incorporated the interrelatedness of a sociocultural and biosocial model of successful aging. A correlational design was used to quantify successful aging and explain the relationships that exist between successful aging and global self-esteem and sexual quality-of-life of community-based post-menopausal women.
A non-random sample of ninety-nine post menopausal women took self administered questionnaires which included demographics, The Successful Aging Inventory, The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale and Sexual Quality-of-life instruments. A significant correlation between successful aging and global self-esteem and sexual quality-of-life was noted. Successful aging and meaning in life does exist in post-menopausal women.
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