Abraham Maslow

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This means that a person will work on feeling physically safe in their environment. If a person has his/her physiological needs meet but feel unsafe in his/her environment, the person's behavior will be focused on achieving physical safety. An example of this need is a woman living alone in a big city...
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An example of this need is a woman living alone in a big city. In order to feel safe while walking alone on the dark deserted streets, this woman may feel the need to carry mace in her pocketbook. If this does not make the woman feel safe, she might talk self-defense classes...
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