Nowadays, divorce rate increases rapidly; therefore evaluation, of dyadic adjustment and happiness at marriage gains importance. In the study, 910 women were reached and 772 married women agreed to participate in the study. Women have a mild level for dyadic adjustment and happiness with spouses. Sociodemographic factors such as income status, age, age at first marriage, the number of children, duration of marriage, woman's and her husband's education level and type of marriage affect dyadic adjustment and relationship happiness. It is recommended that within the scope of primary healthcare, women should be followed in terms of dyadic adjustment and factors affecting dyadic adjustment, happiness and that couples who are at risk should be provided counseling services.