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Feelings of Jealousy

I had my third and last baby 9 months ago. I have 3 girls. I have longed for a boy and will never have one. My sister and brother in law had their first child and it’s a boy. I was/am heartbroken. It’s the first grandchild that’s a boy so it’s a hot topic. On top of it all, I just found out my sister in law went in to the hospital with zero pain and was fully dilated and had the baby. I went through 3 very hard medicated difficult deliveries. I am relieved it all went safely for them but I canno...
Tags: General, Pregnancy, Therapy, Envy, Jealousy, Motherhood, Grief & Loss, Gratitude, Abraham Maslow

Thanking, Apologizing, Bragging and Blaming: The Power of Words to Transfer Responsibility

In American culture, thanking and apologizing are essential to positive, reciprocal social interaction, while blaming and bragging are seen as negative, undesirable aspects of social interaction. In a novel piece of research, Shereen J. Chaudhry and George Loewenstein identified why some people struggle with a sincere apology (I’m sorry). They start with the premise that thanking and apologizing imply that the speaker is warm, caring, and generous. Nonetheless, they found that a signific...
Tags: Psychology, Habits, Communication, Research, Anger, Bragging, John Gottman, Nonverbal Communication, Abraham Maslow, Chaudhry, George Loewenstein, Apologizing, Blaming, Thanking, Shereen J Chaudhry, Shereen Chaudhry

Do you have a self-actualized personality? Maslow revisited

Abraham Maslow was the 20th-century American psychologist best-known for explaining motivation through his hierarchy of needs, which he represented in a pyramid. At the base, our physiological needs include food, water, warmth and rest. Moving up the ladder, Maslow mentions safety, love, and self-esteem and accomplishment. But after all those have been satisfied, the motivating factor at the top of the pyramid involves striving to achieve our full potential and satisfy creative goals. As one of ...
Tags: Psychology, Amazon, Identity, Happiness, Success, Personality, Innovation, Kaufman, Scott Barry Kaufman, Abraham Maslow, MASLOW, David Yaden, Barnard College Columbia University, University of Pennsylvania Kaufman, Christian JarrettThis

How social media can advance humanism in medicine

“In any given moment we have two options: to step forward into growth or step back into safety.” – Abraham Maslow. The New York Times recently published the op-ed “Dr. Google is a Liar,” written by cardiologist Haider Warraich, MD. Dr. Warraich describes the rise of fake medical news and the adverse consequences of a […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
Tags: Health, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Social Media, Psychiatry, New York Times, Abraham Maslow, PA NP, Haider Warraich, CRNA, Warraich

7 common traits of self-transcended people

Self-transcendence is the final and oft forgotten peak of Maslow's pyramid. Before transcending yourself, however, you need to be self-actualized.The foundation of self-transcended people is caring for others and higher ideals. None Psychologist Abraham Maslow created what he called the hierarchy of needs, which is meant to represent the various needs and desires that make up and motivate the totality of human behavior. The hierarchy is usually shown as a pyramid, the lowest levels are basic ...
Tags: Psychology, Love, Self-Actualization, Bill Gates, Innovation, Warren Buffett, Spiritual, Self, Transcendence, Buddhist, Abraham Maslow, MASLOW, Humanitarian, Maslow's pyramid

Fostering a Lust for Life

“Musicians must make music, an artist must paint, a poet must write if he’s to be ultimately at peace with himself. What one can be, one must be.” ~ Abraham Maslow February is often thought of as the month of love. For some people this refers to romantic love, and for others, it might refer to love for a friend or relative. It can also be about the love — or lust — for life and living life to its fullest, which means listening to the messages of your heart and going in the direction of what...
Tags: Psychology, New York, Happiness, Personal, Self-help, Self-esteem, Creativity, Valentine's Day, Virginia Woolf, Personal Growth, Motivation And Inspiration, Norton, Abraham Maslow, MASLOW, Rollo May, Kahlil Gibran

Digital Self: A Third Type of Self-Representation

The sense of mind and self is created by multiple social interactions with many others; particularly from those in our early psychosocial environment. These intimate interactions result in the construction of our personality. Personality becomes, in time, the consistent features of who we are in regards to our thoughts, feelings, and actions (which I refer to as mind , mood , and motor ). Around age 3, personality emerges. It is dynamically formed by multiple inputs from others, become...
Tags: Psychology, Facebook, Twitter, Technology, General, Media, Relationships, Boston, New York City, Communication, Personality, Brain And Behavior, SIEGEL, Abraham Maslow, MASLOW, Ferrante

Marketing Psychology in 2019: Make Your Mark Digitally

As marketing professionals, we do market research, develop buyer personas, conduct thorough keyword research, and track user behavior on and off our websites through automation and technology. One skill set that separates great marketers from good ones is the ability to understand how and the why behind people’s thought processes, which leads to their consuming behavior and habits. There are numerous articles on this topic explaining how to leverage psychology in marketing. However, consumers, e...
Tags: Instagram, Marketing, CMO, B2b, Dale Carnegie, Consumer, Abraham Maslow, MASLOW, Engagement Marketing, U S Census Bureau Millennials

Common Threads of Well-Being: 5 Ideas that Influence and Integrate

The concept of well-being has many facets, yet themes weave through all stages of development and point to critical aspects of how and with whom we spend time. Money can’t buy love, but up to a certain level it is crucial to well-being. Health and relationships matter, and pursuing goals deemed personally worthwhile also impact well-being. While there are no formulas there are fundamentals that, when understood and applied, can improve the quality of being and integrate the roles and activities...
Tags: Psychology, Facebook, Relationships, Friendship, Generosity, Happiness, Communication, Volunteering, Gratitude, Mental Health And Wellness, Gallup, Simon, Abraham Maslow, MASLOW, Panepinto, Rath

10 common traits of self-actualized people

Maslow's famous "Hierarchy of Needs" describes different levels of human motivation.A new study updates the hierarchy through modern methods.The research shows that self-actualized people share 10 specific traits. None Are you a self-actualized person? The American psychologist Abraham Maslow famously proposed in 1954 the "Maslow's hierarchy of needs" which theorized that psychological health culminated in self-actualization. Maslow saw that as being able to fulfill your potential, becoming your...
Tags: Psychology, Health, Amazon, Motivation, Meditation, Mindfulness, Mental Health, Brain, Personality, Creativity, Innovation, Columbia University, Freud, Self, Kaufman, British Psychological Society s Research Digest

The One Competitor Marketers Underestimated

Looking back at 2018, there’s one competitor we underestimated this year. It’s slowly draining the attention of every human on the planet. It plays into almost all human needs — as they are defined by the Maslow Hierarchy. It’s the rectangular status-seeking device in your hands. That’s right. It’s your smartphone. Maslow’s needs start with the basics. Starting at the bottom of the pyramid, we all need food and water. Then safety. Next up is belonging, then esteem, then self-actualization. Th...
Tags: UK, Youtube, Vw, Starbucks, Las Vegas, Branding, Taco Bell, Don, Abraham Maslow, MASLOW, Brand Engagement, Fat Face, Moosylvania, Organic Valley, TV Facebook, Norty Cohen

Looking to grow?

by George Clifford   The Church of the Nativity in Raleigh, NC, started, engaging congregants in ministries and mission that stretch from the local to the global. has diminished environmental damage, spread Christ’s message of love for all creation, and been a catalyst for spiritual and numerical growth at the Church of the Nativity. (In the interest of full disclosure, I served this parish as priest-in-charge and then as a priest associate but moved to H...
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This Side of Suicide: Using the Written Word to Cope with Loss

My grandmother committed suicide when I was just ten years old. I was an only child, and she was my caretaker. It was Labor Day weekend, and my parents were at work at their store in Brooklyn. I was the one who found her. I’ll never forget the image of the ambulance attendants taking my grandma down the creaky wooden stairs from her bedroom to the front door. It was the 1960s, and mental-health issues were not discussed, and certainly the word suicide was never uttered. When I asked my ...
Tags: Psychology, Grief, Family, General, Suicide, Personal, Depression, Healing, Trauma, Creativity, Brooklyn, Spirituality, Grieving, Grief And Loss, Coping, Abraham Maslow

Enjoying your weekend? Thank God and free markets

Enjoying your weekend? Thank God and free markets No two words in the English language create the feeling of relaxation as perfectly as “summertime weekend.” But the two days of physical and spiritual rest we enjoy each week are not the inevitable products of the cosmic order: They have been made possible by the unique marriage of the free market and faith. In the state of nature, rest follows work – or precedes death. Abraham Maslow codified in a precise ...
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Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and Employee Motivation

According to Psychology Today, Abraham Maslow was an American pyschologist who categorized human needs from the most basic, even primitive needs, to the highest needs. Only once the basic needs are met can people focus on the highest need, self-actualization, which is achieved through personal growth. The typical pyramid that illustrates this hierarchy of needs […]
Tags: Sales, Human Resources, Abraham Maslow, MASLOW, Employee Motivation, Hierarchy of Needs

Understanding the Needs of Every Teen

It was nearly 1:00 a.m., and I was sitting in an empty restaurant just off the hotel lobby across from a broken, hurting seventeen-year-old girl. I was at a youth conference in Florida, and members of my youth group were in their hotel rooms for the night. We had just had a powerful evening of prayer, Eucharistic Adoration, and empowerment, and the teens in my group were buzzing. We had had our standard small-group discussions after the experience, and I said, “If any of you still has something ...
Tags: Florida, Featured, Church, Religion, Chicago, Pope Francis, Catholic Church, Jesus, Denver, Christ, Mass, Jesus Christ, Ministry, Julia, Abraham Maslow, Sean Dalton

Being in the Zone

--> Nothing is more important to success in your career and life than being in the zone. The problem with most people, however, is that they are not in the zone; instead, they are merely doing what they and others think they should be doing. Most people are following a path that they believe will lead to happiness, wealth, and achievement, rather than doing what comes naturally to them, what they are good at, and the sort of work that makes them happy. You should not be doing anything as a caree...
Tags: Featured, New York City, Careers, Los Angeles, Self-Actualization, Brooklyn, Albert Einstein, Job Search, University Of Chicago, Career Advice, Bangkok, National Geographic, Legal Profession, Henry Ford, Sanders, Michigan State

There are a lot of myths and misconceptions about Abraham Maslow and self-actualisation – a new paper puts the record straight

Maslow's ideas deserve to be better understood so they can be developed and built upon. By Alex Fradera
Tags: Psychology, Mental Health, Therapy, Personality, Abraham Maslow, MASLOW, The self

Peak experiences, perfect moments and the extra-ordinary

Abraham Maslow created a scientific measure for life's greatest hits. We think of them as religious, but they are quite normal.
Tags: Cnn, Abraham Maslow

Time to Repeal the 2nd Amendment & Ban Guns, How is That Working For You?

Time to Repeal the 2nd Amendment & Ban Guns, How is That Working For You? USA – -( To safeguard individual liberty, the State of Virginia became the last to approve the Bill of Rights on December 15, 1791, thus limiting government’s power over its citizensToday’s protesters have called on the government to “do something” about guns and point to retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens’ recent cry to abolish the Second Amendment. Well, countrymen and women, there’s an “app”...
Tags: Guns, Supreme Court, Obama, Congress, Senate, Virginia, United States, House Of Representatives, National Shooting Sports Foundation, Abraham Maslow, John Paul Stevens, Gun Rights News, USA Ammoland, Glen Wunderlich, Argus Press, NRA Michigan United Conservation Clubs MUCC

Belonging, friendship and learning

Image from Pixabay Flawed though it is, Maslow's theory of motivation highlights at least one important theme: We are social beings and we need to know that we belong.Belonging needs are complex and are sometimes misunderstood. Yet most teachers would agree that children who feel they belong will learn better than those that feel excluded. Feeling accepted as a member of a group brings psychological safety as well as a sense of acceptance. We want to be known, welcome, recognised by those...
Tags: Social, Motivation, School, Learning, Education, Friendship, Social Media, Smartphone, Teaching, Cyberbullying, Group, eLearning, Abraham Maslow, MASLOW, Steve Wheeler, Plymouth England

What Can Tony Robbins Teach Us About Mass Shootings?

Tony Robbins : Psychologists from Abraham Maslow to Anthony Robbins teach us all human behaviour is driven by six core needs, listed in their order of importance and power in our lives – certainty, variety, significance, love and connection, personal growth and contribution. Canada – -( What Drives UsThe first four –– certainty, variety, significance, love and connection ––make up our basic physical and psychological needs. We all need food, water, a job, interests that excite us...
Tags: Guns, Tony Robbins, Canada, North Carolina, Department of Corrections, Cain, Anthony Robbins, Lake City, Abel, Abraham Maslow, CSSA, Shooting Industry News, Canadian Shooting Sports Association, Mass Murders, Canada Ammoland, Shooting Sports Association

"I suppose it is tempting, if the only tool you have is a hammer, to treat everything as if it were a nail."

Said the psychologist Abraham Maslow in 1966, and I'm thinking about it today, while still laughing at the viral video of Lawrence O'Donnell yelling "Stop the hammering!" I just embedded the O'Donnell video in the previous post and — because in we were talking about phallic symbols — the great commenter Laslo Spatula said "A Hammer is not quite a phallic symbol." Is a hammer a phallic symbol? In Bob Dylan's song about nuclear war, "A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall," there's the line:I saw a room ful...
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What Does the Campaign to Make Internet Access a Human Right Say about Who We Are?

What follows is not an argument for rejecting internet access as a human right. I have no problem with internet access being made available to all humans. But I believe that the enthusiasm attached to this campaign speaks to the Realpolitik that often lay behind ‘human rights’ campaigns. After all, in terms of Abraham Maslow’s famed ‘hierarchy of needs’, which defines the stages of human self-actualisation, internet access would be located near the very top – certainly on top of meeting the basi...
Tags: Future, Abraham Maslow

'You're Doing Your Weekend Wrong'

"If you don't feel rejuvenated and keen to face Monday after two work-free days, there might be a reason: You're doing your weekend wrong," an anonymous reader writes, citing a Quartz article. From the article: According to University of Calgary sociologist Robert Stebbins, most leisure falls into two categories: casual and serious. Casual leisure pursuits are short lived, immediately gratifying, and often passive; they include activities like drinking, online shopping, and binge-watching. These...
Tags: Tech, University of Calgary, Abraham Maslow, Robert Stebbins

How to have a great weekend by engaging in "serious leisure"

Katrina Onstad, author of a new book called The Weekend Effect: The Life-Changing Benefits of Taking Time Off and Challenging the Cult of Overwork says people usually feel better after a weekend of engaging in engaging social activities instead of binge-watching TV, loafing, and drinking. From Quartz: Serious leisure activities provide deeper fulfillment, and—to invoke a fuzzy ’70s word—“self-actualization.” Self-actualization is the pinnacle of human development, according to humanist p...
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7 Ways Mindfulness Can Unlock The Door To Your Authentic Life

“Many people are alive but don’t touch the miracle of being alive.” — Thich Nhat Hanh, The Miracle of Mindfulness In between work, family and social media, we take few precious moments to reflect upon our lives and realize the importance of mindfulness. Perhaps, you purposely avoided looking at your life because, if you’re totally honest, it can be brutal. Just think about the tsunami of judgmental thoughts that swamped your mind and caused you a great deal of stress and anxiety. Not surprising...
Tags: Google, Quotes, Motivation, Brain, Albert Einstein, Lifehacks, Harvard Business Review, Eckhart Tolle, Abraham Maslow, Yogi, Nirmala, Kathryn Tristan

Uganda: Given the State of Roads, Govt Should Procure Fleet of Choppers for VIPs

[Monitor] Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of needs theory might explain what prompted state minister for Water Ronald Kibuule to take a detour from Rukungiri to Ntungamo in a police helicopter to visit his in-laws.
Tags: News, Uganda, Ntungamo, Abraham Maslow, Rukungiri, Ronald Kibuule

AGILE Team Performance

Agile Team Motivation One of the Agile principles states, “Build the team around motivated individuals; give them the support and encouragement they need.” An Agile leader needs to motivate the team. Some of the well-known motivation theories are: Abraham Maslow's Hierarchy of Human Needs Motivational Factors by Boehm Frederick Herzberg's Two-Factor Theory David McClelland’s Achievement Motivation Theory Agile Team Motivation—Maslow’s Theory Abraham Maslow's ‘Hierarchy of Human Needs’ is depi...
Tags: Sales, Abraham Maslow, MASLOW, McClelland, Umasree, David McClelland, Boehm Frederick Herzberg, Frederick Herzberg

In defense of mathematics [excerpt]

Once reframed in its historical context, mathematics quickly loses its intimidating status. As a subject innately tied to culture, art, and philosophy, the study of mathematics leads to a clearer understanding of human culture and the world in which we live. In this shortened excerpt from A Brief History of Mathematical Thought, Luke Heaton discusses the reputation of mathematics and its significance to human life. Mathematics is often praised (or ignored) on the grounds that it is far removed f...
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