Which Need Are You Trying To Fill?
We all have a lot of things that help make us feel complete; however, inspired by the work of Maslow, let’s see which of your foundational need is your priority to fill.
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Alright, here we go. You wake up in the morning, what is the first thought on your mind?
Do I have any food for breakfast?
Are me and my family safe?
How do I get my friends to be happy?
How can I reach my goals?
Do I deserve to be happy?
You see one of your friends walking down the street, what do you do?
Try and make them smile.
Feel embarrassed when they wave at me.
Check to make sure it is safe before approaching.
Greet them cheerfully before continuing on with my day.
See if they have anything to share.
Before you go home, what do you do?
Don’t have a set home, so need to find a place to sleep.
Check in with a few friends, see if they need anything.
Pick up something to indulge in when I get home.
Watch my back carefully to make sure no one is following
Reflect on my day
What keeps you up at night?
Pondering the future and my dreams
How I will be able to pay bills and keep my home
Judging my own failures
If someone will find me or break in
If my friends and family actually like me
You have an extra free day how do you spend it?
Read a book or learn something new
Try and arrange some social time
Get an extra shift in at work
Take a self defense course
Participate in a meditation retreat
If you are in trouble, what resource would you use to take care of it?
My friends and family will be there for me
I can handle it myself, I think.
I don’t know if I would be able to handle it, but I will do my best.
I just can’t handle another problem
I would take my time to understand it and use a wide range of resources
Which aspect of yourself do you consider your ultimate weakness?
Which of the following would make you most happy?
Moving to a nicer part of town
A good solid relationship
Time to pursue your personal goals
The Dalai Lama said, “My religion is very simple. My religion is kindness.” Do you agree?
I just want to find new ways to be kind.
Kindness can get you hurt.
He hasn’t lived my life. It isn’t that simple.
I try to be kind to my friends and family.
It is difficult to put yourself out there.
If you were to describe yourself with an adjective, what would it be?
Your result is materializing