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Needs of the Family
According to psychologist Abraham Maslow, the needs of family can be divided into following:
Basic needs: The most rudimentary human needs, associated with the survival of human beings, are called basic needs. Human beings cannot survive in the absence of these things. One needs of food to eat, water to drink and house to live.
Physiological needs: Physiological needs are associated with the function of body organ. Sex is biological needs of the youth. After this, human being moves to safety needs. After one's stomach is full, she/ he needs a safe environment. Cloth and shelter provide security from the general environmental torments and the foes.
Additional needs: The secondary human needs, associated with career development and better living standard, are termed as additional needs. He needs love, care, affection, respect, freedom and eventually self fulfillment.
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