The Movie Maslow's Hierarchy Of Needs

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Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs is the positive psychology theory or concept which was observed in The Blind Side movie. It is about the five basic human needs that have been exhibited in the shape of a pyramid. These needs must be met with the end goal for individuals to feel fulfilled in life. The lower needs the more pervasive, the higher needs the more tenuous and more easily overwhelmed by the influence of lower needs. This five-stage pyramidal shape of model can be separated into deficiency needs and growth needs. The initial four levels are often referred to as deficiency needs (D-needs) and the top level is known as growth or being needs (B-needs). Deficiency needs occur on account of deprivation. They are said…show more content…
Fourth, self-esteem. People need to feel a sense of competence and achievement and that they are respected and valued by other people in other people in their life. The highest innate need is self-actualization. People have a need to develop their unique potentials. In The Blind Side movie, for the five basic needs, three of them have been fulfilled by Michael Oher. For instance, Michael Oher has no food to eat and his foster family was not willing to feed him a lot of food owing to his big body figure and great food intake. This might spend much money of the foster family. Hence, Michael feed himself and does not want to make others in troubles because of him. It is the time that Michael fulfilled the physiological needs from Maslow 's hierarchy of needs because he goes to the sports games in order to get food to fill the stomach. This is shown when he goes to a volleyball game and picked up the leftover popcorn that people left after the game in the venue in order to eat. Next, in the raining day, Leigh Anne feel curious about the reason why Michael walking alone on the roadside without any warm clothes and subsequently asked “Where’s he going?” They know that Michael was heading towards the gym after her…show more content…
Effective coping should reduce the encumbrance of challenges of both short-term and longer-term immediate stress. Approaches to positive coping strategies generally take two forms. The first focus on external environment, physical health, or health behaviours whereas the second ways focus on psychological factors. Typically these cognitive factors are the expectations, attitudes, or beliefs that people use to make the interpretation of life occasions and give them meaning. Coping responses can be divided into three different dimensions or categories which are coping styles, coping resources and coping strategies. Coping styles are the basic and fundamental approaches we use to cope with challenges. A large variety of specific coping styles can be grouped into three subtypes. First, those in which a person take the attempts to change the negative emotions. Second, those in which a person attempts to change the situation where caused the stress and the last are those that just seek to avoid the problem. These are respectively called emotion-focused coping, problem-focused coping, and avoidance. Problem-focused coping aims the causes of stress in realistic strategies which settles the problem or stressful situation that is causing stress, consequently directed to reduce the stress (McLeod, Stress Management,
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