Theory Of Abraham Maslow's Theory

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Abraham Maslow once stated in his theory "when the need of personality is broken, it creates personality disorder". He meant that, when we are in a situation where we completely lose hope and unable to accomplish certain needs to survive, it causes one 's to move up and down on the ladder of his theory. Maslow began his theory during his studies on monkeys. Being a behavior scientist, he knew that these monkeys had a similar reacting to certain situations that cause them to lack in certain needs they try to accomplish for their survival. But when they are motivated by something or someone else, it encourages them to fulfill the needs they 're lacking. Maslow 's theory consisted…show more content…
The first type of need in Maslow 's theory is Self-actualization. In this stage, you begin to fulfill your potential, accept reality, and solve problems and being more creative. The second type of need in Maslow 's theory is Self-Esteem. In this stage, you begin to have confidence in yourself, respect others and others respect you. The third type of need in Maslow 's theory is the Belonging Need. In this stage, you feel like being accepted, loved by others, friendship, sex and other things. The fourth stage of need in Maslow 's theory is the Safety Need. In this stage, you are to have the feelings of protection, security and safe from dangers. And the last type of need in Maslow 's theory is the Physiological needs. this needs to refer to the physical things one needs to survive and they include; food, water, shelter and…show more content…
The man throws away his wedding ring, identification ID, driver 's licenses and other things that remind him of his past. He sees them as a threat that slows his progress to his destination. “He’d carried […] went on” (pg51). At this moment, the man is in Safety Needs because they reminisce his past life and he’s trying to find a new life. The man and the boy ran out of food, supplies and needed resources. They start moving into creepy houses and farmyards in search of supplies. Due to starvation, the man and the boy ended up seeing something horrifying in a basement, full of captured humans as livestock. Being terrified by this, the man and the boy runs away from the house, but nearly got caught by the gangs of the house. Through their starvation and roaming into creepy houses for suppliers, the man and the boy come across a bomb shelter, full of canned goods and supplies. They spend a couple of days eating, storing some of the supplies into their knapsack and putting them into their carts, then leaves. As they continue their journey, the boy sees another kid just like him and he tries to follow this kid, but the father stops him and he begins to cry. At this moment, the boy is in the belonging need of Maslow 's theory because he wants someone he can play with as a
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