Valuesgoals in conflict can produce emotional stress and unhappiness Types of

Valuesgoals in conflict can produce emotional stress

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Values/goals in conflict can produce emotional stress and unhappiness - Types of goal conflicts: Approach—Avoidance Approach—Approach Avoidance—Avoidance Ex. Sophie’s Choice Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs - Relative importance of various goals (form of a pyramid - (Bottom to Top) Physiological Needs, Safety Needs, Belongingness and Love Needs, Esteem Needs, Self-Actualization - However, it’s not that simple - People have simultaneous needs, and higher needs may supersede lower ones Conclusions - Many motives spur us to action - Psychological well-being depends on: Finding activities that are intrinsically satisfying Choosing goals consistent with our core values, and Developing the self-efficacy and self-control to achieve them END \
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