The aim of the present study was to investigate the relationship between gender role orientation with attitudes toward seeking psychological and wellbeing, and the relationship between self esteem and self efficacy with wellbeing. This is a quantitative study which used a correlation, within group design. There were eighty one participants in the study, thirty nine males and forty two females. Participants completed the Bem Sex Role Inventory, The Attitudes Toward Seeking Psychological Professional Help Scale, The Rosenberg Self Esteem Scale, The General Self Efficacy Scale, The Oxford Happiness Questionnaire, and The Satisfaction With Life Scale. Results of this study found a significant relationship between both gender and happiness and gender role orientation and happiness. Significant results were also found between gender role orientation and life satisfaction and self efficacy and life satisfaction.