Recently, a national trend has emerged, and a goal in all economic, political, social, and educational systems for this goal is of the importance of many studies have been conducted on the quality of life for humans in all its aspects, and the improvement of the standard of living for its members in various fields and levels. Social and societies; As the quality of life among the elderly differs from that of the young, the existence of life in females differs from males, and married people from unmarried people, and all these groups have factors that affect their quality of life. It was defined the quality of life as: “the individual’s feeling of contentment and happiness, and his ability to satisfy his needs, through the richness of the environment and the sophistication of services provided to him in the health, social, educational, and psychological fields with good time management and utilization of it.” because the family as a social system is affected by the multiple factors surrounding it and the different circumstances in which it lives, and the family breakdown represented by the separation of the parents is one of these conditions. This separation (divorce) includes the loss of several satisfactions, including emotional satisfaction, which results from the loss of a partner, and the loss of sensible and moral satisfaction. A divorced woman may ask for help from others or various state agencies such as social security or charities to help her financially and morally, and loss of satisfaction. The social, which expresses the social attitudes and relations with parents, relatives and friends, and thus it can be said that there are factors that affect the quality of these broken families represented by the divorced mother, which prompted the researcher to prepare a study on the quality of life for divorced women, in which we try to answer the following question: What is the relationship of social factors to the quality of life of a divorced woman? Objectives of the study The objectives of the study focused on identifying: 1- Knowing the social, economic and demographic characteristics of divorced women. 2- Identifying the degree of satisfaction with the quality of life of divorced women. 3- Identifying the degree of subjective and social factors (societal, subjective, family, economic, media) that affect the quality of life of divorced women. 4- Identify the relationship between subjective and social factors (societal, subjective, family, economic, media) that affect the quality of life of the study sample members and the degree of their satisfaction with their quality of life. 5- Identify the relationship between demographic factors affecting the quality of life of the study sample members and the degree of their satisfaction with their quality of life.