Psychological Well Being (PWB). PWB is the result of a person's evaluation or assessment of himself which is an evaluation of his life experiences. The role of a sailor's wife or commonly called a jalasenastri mother is very important in maintaining her PWB so that it can run smoothly continuously, both carrying out the role of mother and father when her husband is on duty at sea as a sailor, but sometimes there is anxiety that always accompanies it. happens, playing multiple roles at once is not an easy thing. The purpose of this study was to formulate indicators of cognition, behavior, and motivation to reduce anxiety for the wife of Jalasenastri Seafarers in the Koarmada II flat environment with psychological well being as a mediator. The research was conducted in the Armatim Navy flat aimed at the wives of sailors who live in the flat as many as 158 respondents, statistical calculations using SEMPLS. The variables in this study are X1 motivation, X2 behavior, X3 cognitive, (Y) psychological well being, and Y2 Anxiety. The results obtained that Pschological Well Being (Y1) has an effect on reducing anxiety (Y2) The results of the analysis on the results of hypothesis testing show a positive path coefficient of 0.095 This indicates that Pschological Well Being (Y1) has a significant effect on decreasing anxiety (Y2). This means that the hypothesis 7 who suspected that Pschological Well Being (Y1) had a significant effect on reducing anxiety (Y2) was accepted. The results of the analysis on the results of the hypothesis test show that the path coefficient is positive at 0.181. This indicates that psychological well being (Y)1 has a significant effect on decreasing anxiety (Y2). This means that the hypothesis of psychological well being (Y1) has a significant effect on decreasing anxiety (Y3) is accepted. This means that the better the psychological well being (Y1), the significantly higher the decrease in anxiety (Y2).
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