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Safety Needs

Safety Needs

Physical safety refers to the need for protection from physical harm, danger, and threat. It includes basic needs such as shelter, clothing, and a safe living environment. Individuals who do not feel physically safe are unable to focus on higher levels of needs, as they are preoccupied with survival.

Financial security is another aspect of safety needs. Individuals need to feel financially secure to be able to focus on other areas of their lives. Without financial security, individuals may feel anxious and stressed about meeting their basic needs, such as paying rent or buying groceries.


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Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs is a psychological theory proposed by Abraham Maslow in 1943, which describes the basic needs that motivate human behavior. Maslow proposed that human needs could be arranged into a hierarchical order, with the most basic physiological needs at the bottom of the hierarchy and the most complex needs for self-actualization at the top. This theory has been widely applied in various fields, including psychology, education, business, and personal development.

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