What Are The Five Levels Of Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs?

What Are The Five Levels Of Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs?
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  1. The five levels of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs bottom to top are as mentioned below:
    1. Physiological needs: These are the basic needs physical human needs like feeling thirsty or hungry.
    2. Safety: Once the physiological needs are met, humans look for safety. Hence safety needs come second.
    3. Belongingness and love: A safe human then wants to feel belonged and loved. The need to be in relationships comes next.
    4. Esteem: This talks about feeling good for ourselves.
    5. Self actualization: Once all the above needs are satisfied, human moves towards self actualization.

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