What is your problem with these results, why do you ask whether something might have gone wrong?
And if you ask "did I do something wrong?" you could perhaps describe what you did (e.g. research questions, study design, what are these variables and how were they measured, where does the sample come from).
Andrew Gelman: "When effect size is tiny and measurement error is huge, you're essentially trying to use a bathroom scale to weigh a feather---and the feather is resting loosely in the pouch of a kangaroo that is vigorously jumping up and down.''