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Diabetes represents one of the most significant disease burdens facing Indian population as the incidence and prevalence of diabetes has gone up multifold in the past few decades. International Diabetes Federation (IDF) predicts that by 2030, India could account for 101.2 million of the world's 552 million patients with diabetes, which indicates that the disease is going to take an endemic status soon. This study is to assess relationship between psychological well-being and quality of life among patients with diabetes mellitus. A sample of 400 Patients with diabetes mellitus with type 2 which consist of 200 male and 200 female who are attending the clinics and health care centers in Palakkad Dist. were taken randomly as the subjects of the present investigation by administrated psychological wellbeing scale and the quality of life scale were analyzed using t-test and Pearson’s correlation. Result revealed that there is significance difference in psychological well-being among male and female patients with Type 2 of diabetes mellitus but there is no significance difference in quality of life among male and female patients with diabetes mellitus. On the other hand, there is significance relationship between psychological well-being and quality of life among patients with Type 2 of diabetes mellitus.