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    Default Maslow's hierarchy of needs

    Do you really agree with Maslow's hierarchy of needs?
    Physiological needs are thought to be the most important, but I don't think it should include sex. You can still live without sex. I don't think I need Love and belonging,Esteem, or Self-actualization. I think my needs are as below(from most important to least important):
    1. Physiological needs(not including sex)
    2. safety needs
    3. good cognition
    4. Sex

    What's your take?

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    Default Re: Maslow's hierarchy of needs

    Maslows is pretty widely recognised and it seems like a pretty solid model for the avg human, but having said that i don't think it'd sit well to follow through a pua's eyes primarily because of the abstractness of how we think and what we do

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    Default Re: Maslow's hierarchy of needs

    I've never heard of this, nor do I have any desire for somebody to tell me what my "needs" are supposed to be or should be. I also do not like to prioritize my life. I set goals, and I aim to accomplish them.

    Avoiding death is the least of my worries. Living life as well as I can, however, is a goal of mine. Becoming successful is a goal of mine. Becoming successful with women is a goal of mine.

    When you prioritize, you lose sight of the undersided goals. When you just have a list of goals you wish to accomplish, nothing becomes a necessity.
    "There is no better than adversity. Every defeat, every heartbreak, every loss, contains its own seed, its own lesson on how to improve your performance the next time." - Malcolm X

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    Default Re: Maslow's hierarchy of needs

    its not about goals its more of a guideline or roadmap of where u are as a person, ie do u have food and shelter, do u have developed relationships etc, its just a model and it varies from person to person but i wouldn't use it to figure out where i am


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