The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of cyberbullying victimization on the spiritual well-being of religious well-being and existential well-being, and psychological well-being of Christian adolescent, focusing on mediating effect of self-control. In order to achieve this purpose, the date were collected from 420 Christian adolescent students by a questionnaire survey.
The statistic analysis of this study employed SPSS WIN 21.0, and the main methods of statistics were frequency analysis, t-test, F-test, correlation analysis, multiple regression analysis, and Sobel test. The results of the study were as follows: First, the results revealed that Christian adolescents cyberbullying victimization, spiritual well-being, religious well-being, existential well-being and psychological well-being had a significant correlation(p<.01). Secondly, it was found that cyberbullying victimization had direct positive effects on religious well-being(b=-.224, p<.001). Third, it was found that cyberbullying victimization had direct positive effects on existential well-being(b=-.172, p<.001). Forth, it was found that cyberbullying victimization had direct positive effects on psychological well-being (b=-.242, p<.001). Lastly, it was identified that self-control of Christian adolescent played a mediating role in relations between cyberbullying victimization and spiritual wellbeing( religious, existential), and between cyberbullying victimization and psychological well-being(F=75.012, p<.001). Based on these results, practical and policy implications, and suggestions for the future study were discussed.