This study explored the role of posttraumatic growth between treatment adherence and death anxiety in individuals with Myocardial Infarction. It is also known as heart attack which is generally caused by the blockage of blood supply to the heart of an organism human being. This blockage of blood supply is generally made up of bad cholesterol as well as fate and some further substances of the like to produce plaque in those coronary arteries of a person that carries oxygenated blood to the heart (Werdan et al., 2012). It is a quantitative study in which cross sectional research design was used. It was hypothesized that post traumatic growth would significantly predicted by treatment adherence among individuals with Myocardial Infarction. In the same way it was also hypothesized that there would be a significant relation between post-traumatic growth and treatment adherence and death anxiety. Sample size comprised of 500 (N=500) patients with Myocardial Infarction which was selected from different public and private hospitals in Punjab. The sample selected through multistage sampling technique. The
variables of interest assessed by using the Posttraumatic Growth Inventory (Tedesechi & Calhoun, 2014), The General Medication Adherence Scale(Naqvi et al, 2020), and Death Anxiety Scale (DAS)(Donald & Templer 1970). In statistical section, Pearson Product Moment Correlation and Multiple Regression analysis were used respectively. Findings of the correlational analysis showed that there is statistically significant relationship exist among posttraumatic growth treatment adherence and death anxiety in individuals with this cardiac condition. Moreover regression analysis showed that treatment adherence and death anxiety are the significant predictors of posttraumatic growth.