Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

1. Physiological

This is the first level in Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs. These are the basic needs in life. Basic needs like air, sleep, water, food, and shelter.
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2. Safety

Safety is the feeling of security and comfort from family and friends. Stability is a feeling of safety. Having everything feel stable is a satisfying need. It can also be things that just keep you safe.
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3. Social

Friendship is needed to help each other out, to laugh and have a good time with. Love and family give us a feeling of belonging somewhere and the feeling of being needed by someone. Having close people to share things with is known as intimacy.
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4. Esteem

Confidence and feeling good about yourself is something important to us because it makes you happy and move on from things. It also makes you have a positive look on your life to setting goals.
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5. Self-Actualization

This is the last level on the hierarchy of needs. Reaching and setting goals after realizing you are capable of doing things yourself. It is when you become fully independent.
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