Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs explores the elements of need that a person has and explains, in detail how it effects us with or without those such needs.   The steps in Maslow’s hierarch are: Physical needs for survival, Safety and Protections, Belonging needs, Self esteem, and self actualization.   From the most basic conversation to the most in depth, it is occurring based upon his theory that we are communicating on base that we need something.
The first and most basic step on the hierarchy is the physical needs for survival.   As an infant child, we are dependent upon our parents to receive everything from food to shelter.   Without these necessities, we are bound to parish.   We cry as a form of communication in order to tell our parents that we are in “need” of something.   As we grow older, we are learning to speak.   It is important that we have food, water and even medical attention in order to meet our basic physical needs.
The next step on Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is Safety and protection needs.   Having a shelter helps a person to feel safe.   Even though there are people living in areas that have been run with gangs, they usually find their home to be their safe haven.   Creating a bond with the people closest is also a way to feel safe.   While trust is an aspect of life that has to be earned, having trust allows a person’s need for safety to be easily obtained with a particular person.   Trust in other people also leads to new relationships that lead to new families.
Feeling alone is a feeling that no person wants to feel.   The next step is belonging needs.   People enjoy being around other people.   They yearn for conversation with others.   Besides, it is a little strange for a person to talk to themselves.   Really they want to be talking to another person.   Belonging needs also have an effect on a person’s health.   I mentioned before that a person who talks to himself is strange, but I also think that this individual is probably very isolated.   This...