Study on the Relationship between Social Support, Sense of Psychological Control and Mental Health Based on a Positive Psychological Perspective
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In order to explore the relationship between social support, sense of psychological control and mental health, we can start from the perspective of positive psychology to measure and analyze the adults who participated in mental health assessment. The final results show that social support and psychological control have a profound impact on mental health. The lower the level of social support is, the lower the subjective well-being of people with external psychological control tendency is, and the mental health level will also decline. At the same time, the research also found that the internal and external sense of control has a certain impact on the level of social support, among which the group with a stronger sense of internal control is more likely to receive social support. Therefore, on the basis of understanding the current research status of positive psychology, this paper discusses the relationship between social support and sense of psychological control and mental health, so as to provide effective basis for solving psychological barriers and psychological mechanisms.
Positive psychology, Social support, Sense of psychological control, Mental health