Hierarchy of Needs: What is important to me? (Esteem and identity…
Hierarchy of Needs: What is important to me?
Esteem and identity
Wrinkled: covered with lines or loose folds of skin, often associate with age
Freckled: sprinkled or covered with brown blemishes
Ruddy: skin that has a reddish tint, that may indicate sun burn
Tanned: skin with a warm, golden brown tone
Does our appearance define us?
We want to be different, but we want to fit in at the same time?
We want respect
From our peers
From work collegues
How does peer groups affect appearance?
Peer groups create strong expectations for appearance and behaviour.
Individual's often find themselves conforming to the group's norms, behaviours, attitudes, speech patterns and dress code in order to gain acceptance and approval.
What can social pressure cause?
Low self esteem
Body image issues
Peer pressure is suggests how teens view their body
Body dissatisfaction affects 90% of women and girls, while it affects between 40% and 60% of men and boys
More teens are unsatisfied with how they look rather than satisfied
Love and belonging
What is a family?
Hierarchy in family
Who is higher in the hierarchy of family?
Aunts and Uncles
In my project I could explore who makes up a family, focusing on my identity in my family.
The positive and negatives of having a family
A family represent who we are and who we will become
Families are support and love from past, current and future generations.
A family can be more than the people we are related to. They can be friends who will support us, will laugh with us and will cry with us.
Who are our family?
Are they blood related or can anyone be family?
The people who accept you no matter who you are
The people who try their hardest to provide for their family both emotionally and financially
The people who love you unconditionally
The people who don't judge you
The people who are willing to make sacrifices
Those who care about you the most
Why is family so important?
Sense of connection
Treasured memories as we spend time together
Love and security
Understanding one another
Food, safety and protection
Family is the single most important influence in a child's life
Children depend on their family to protect them and provide for them. The first relationship a child forms is with their family.
They are a unity of acceptance
Is family an act?
Arguments in families
'Black sheep of the family'
Secretly can't stand each other
May not see each other much only when forced to do so e.g. at funerals
Why is friendship so important?
Friends challenge us
Can teach us new things
Friends will show us how to forgive, laugh and make conversation
We learn social skills from our friends which teach us how to interact with others
Will help us to get out of our comfort zones
Friends are people we can be ourselves around, as they accept us for who we truly are
They are people to laugh and have fun with
Friends will try to help us through hard times
They make us value life
You can rely on your friends when you're in bad times
Is friendship an act?
You may hang out in a big group, but problems can arise with a clash of personalities as a result of being all in one group
You may not get on with everyone
Makes you question where you really belong?
What is friendship?
Hierarachy in friends
Who is higher in the hierarchy of friends?
The more people that like you, the more popular you become
People who are not well liked are not popular and are at risk at being kicked out of the group
Peer pressure is a big factor when it comes to friendship
What is it?
When a person becomes aware of their talents
Self actualization is achieved once a person reaches their full potential
Characteristics of self actualized people
Self actualized people have 'peak experiences'
A peak experience is superiority when a person feels changed and when they feel more powerful
They are more accepting to themselves and those around them
They feel no guilt
They enjoy life
They are realistic
They don't fear change or the unknown
They see the world with logic
They are independent
They don't conform to others, which allows them to live in the moment and appreciate every experience that life throws at them
They enjoy spending time with others, but they know that it is important to spend time alone, which allows them time to reflect
They have a thoughtful sense of humor
They are able to laugh at themselves but not others
They live in the moment
They are open