The Need For Safety is the Basis of all Other Needs - Deepstash

The Need For Safety is the Basis of all Other Needs

  • Our most basic need is safety—it's the secure foundation that allows us to take risks and explore the world.
  • Beyond physiological needs like hunger, our sense of safety comes down to how we relate to the people around us—attachment is one of the ways in which our relationships with others begin in childhood, and as we grow older our attachment style plays a key role in our relationships.


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