Essay On Maslow Hierarchy Of Needs

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There comes a time where people go through a ton of experiences in their life where the end result isn’t expected. Some try to achieve greatness and they do so very fast, while others, it takes quite a bit longer to get to end. Individual’s set up personal goals and needs that they wish to meet, and in the meantime they make smaller goals to guide their path. The journey is a bumpy road, and all people can relate to that. There is a specific type of pyramid that helps demonstrate what needs need to come first and how to achieve that. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs is meant to show the different classes and needs that person wants to meet.
Abraham Maslow, a humanistic psychologist, came up with a pyramid that acts as a guide for those who want
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It took me awhile to get through the belonging and love needs, and once I achieved it, it made me feel good about myself. The Physiological Needs was definitely the easiest to get through, and then the safety needs I got through. Coming to the Belonging and Love needs, this took me two years of high school to get through it. In the fifth grade, I got pulled out of public school for multiple reasons. First I wasn’t socially up to the caliber as everyone else was, and just in general I didn’t feel like I belonged in that setting. Once I came out and started homeschooling I ended up feeling a lot better. I was homeschooled all of middle school which was sixth through eighth grade. Once freshman year came around, I was getting tired of being at home all day every day. I ended up returning to public school that year, but I only attended for two periods of the day. My parents wanted for me to ease myself back into the public school system. By doing this, my parents turned to traditional homeschooling because that was my only way to do what I did. So I ended up doing half and half, and this continued during sophomore year as

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