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Motivation & Emotion By: Kayla Price 1. Keisha had esteem, self-actualization, Love, security, and physiological. She had major confidence in school and in herself. Both parents probably had a steady flow of income and gave her the security of a home, food and overall safety. They say, “a mothers love is greater than anything”. Therefore, losing her mom put immense stress on her father and herself as well. Losing the beingness of her mother disrupted everything Keisha had known. Which then, gave her no motivation to keep flourishing in school. Also, combusted all emotions. 2. I’m on the fence about meeting all levels of Manslow’s chart to reach the highest level. Only because, some people find peace in breaking one of the chains to fulfilling another cause. Like I had stated in class before, peer pressure can cause said individual to do drugs which can lead to addiction; therefore, losing money AKA basic shelter, food, and possibly your home. Although, I
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Unformatted text preview: do agree that having all the basic human needs, a sense of security, a fall back person and self-love can relieve the stress and bring overall happiness to your life. 3. Brene brown describes vulnerability and shame as a stereotype set up by humanity. Shame comes from our own conscious saying we must be a certain way and tell us what socially acceptable based off what the “norm” is. We must conceal our vulnerability in order to show a certain level of dominance to whoever we want to appeal. We must avoid, as women, “bring home the bacon and never break a sweat”. As a man, never show a sense of sadness; only manhood, and aggression. It’s all the need to fit in. We as humans need to admit our wrong doings in order to grow from mistakes, and as people. A sense of shame to me is a constructive way to figure out the issue and solve the problem. Brene Brown has taught me to show empathy to people and try to be more understanding of situations....
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  • Spring '18
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