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It implies acknowledging and respecting the sacredness and uniqueness of each kind of person. Self-Actualization also necessitates full access to information, full knowledge of the truth...
It involves advancing a cause greater and beyond the self, experiencing a drastic shift in perspective, beyond the confines of the self through the highest level of experience.
It happens when one is indulging in self-care without any damage to others. It leads to growth, meaning, and purpose in life, including positive social relationships.
Romantic relationships have the extraordinary potential to expand our selves.
They create a 'role engulfment' where one's identity is based entirely on one specific role of being a good...
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“One can choose to go back toward safety or forward toward growth. Growth must be chosen again and again; fear mu..."
Abraham Maslow argued that all needs could be grouped into two main classes: deficiency and growth.
At a young age, when an expression of a need is disregarded as not as important as the needs of the caretaker, a child may get the message that they are not loved while they have this need.
This causes people to behave in a way they think they should feel, not how they really feel. As adults, they are always influenced by others' opinions and driven by their insecurities and fears of facing themselves.
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People are increasingly seeking self-actualization within their marriages. On top of the age-old love and cherish, the hope is that our spouse will help us grow to become a better version of our...
The changing nature of our expectations of marriage has made more marriages fall short and disappoint us. But the fulfillment of a new set of goals is now within reach.
We can have a beautiful set of experiences with our spouse. We can have a particularly satisfying marriage, but we can’t do it if we’re not spending the time and the emotional energy to understand each other and help promote each other’s personal growth.
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Self-esteem is the subjective evaluation of your own worth. There are two sources to fulfill this need:
Self-actualization is the realization of one's uniquely creative, intellectual, or social potential. It is a very personal experience.
When their need for self-esteem is fulfilled, where they have accepted themselves for the good and the bad, people move on to self-actualization.