Unfixed Focus: Rene Morales

A video from our partners at Unfixed
March 8, 2022

Many years ago, Abram Maslow created a diagram called the 'Hierarchy of Needs.' This hierarchy showed which needs were most crucial to humans. The wide base of Maslow's pyramid diagram represented basic needs - food, water, shelter, clean air. The next level up were security needs followed by love and belonging. In a healthy, functioning family system all these needs are met but life is messy and things are often less than picture (or diagram) perfect. Add chronic illness into the mix and our pyramid might look more like a block of swiss cheese than a model of human fulfillment.

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