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Building the House

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs is like a house that shows what motivates people. At the bottom are the basic needs like food, water, and shelter—things you need to survive. Once those are met, you move up to the next level, which is safety needs, like having a job and feeling secure. After that comes love and belonging, like friendships and relationships. Then there's esteem, which is feeling good about yourself and being respected. Finally, at the top, is self-actualization, where you reach your full potential and find meaning in life. So, it's like building a house of needs, starting with the basics and reaching for higher goals as you go.


To discover modules that meet your family's needs, click the icons next to the house. Need help picking the best one for your family? Just click "Let's Get Started" for guidance.

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