General subjective wellbeing

People’s general subjective wellbeing is composed of three aspects, namely satisfaction with life, experiencing of (positive and negative) emotions and the meaningfulness of life. People who give a positive evaluation of all these aspects, have a high level of general wellbeing. They are satisfied with life, experience more positive versus fewer negative emotions, and find the things they do in life meaningful. People who give a less positive evaluation of all these aspects have a low level of general  wellbeing.