Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs: Resources and Ideas to help us meet our needs and live our best lives.

Physiological Needs    |    Safety Needs    |    Love & Belonging Needs    |    Esteem Needs    |    Self-Actualization Needs

How are you dealing with insecurities caused by the pandemic? How are your Safety needs being met? Let's review maslow's hierarchy of needs again. Learn About Hellagood Life and why we do what we do.

As we think about ways to be a positive change in the world it always comes back to taking care of and investing in our people (all sentient beings on this planet).

Here at Hellagood Life, I’ve been seeking ways to help people live their best life when I found myself in depression for two years. Many of needs may not have been being met, but I also had so many of them that were being met, so I’ve been on a journey exploring better ways to meet our needs.

This is an ongoing journey, and I do not know all the answers, but I will try to continue to update things as we learn more and find new resources.

I might also say, Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs is not complete or even perfect, but it gives us a basis to work from or get started with.

Physiological Needs

This is a tough one as clean air and water can dependent on where you live and your personal resources. I’ll try to provide resources as best I can, but in all honesty, I’d like to help all sentient beings, not just Americans so hopefully we’ll find new resources and add to this list of resources. One of my passions is fighting poverty and some resources will not be relevant to all people, but again, I’ll try to find resources for all people and all income and resource levels.

Overview on Physiological Needs

Food Resources

  • Food and Food System Resources 
  • Hunger Hotline from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) for information on meal sites, food banks, and other services near you. Call 1-866-3-HUNGRY (1-866-348-6479) or 1-877-8-HAMBRE (1-877-842-6273) for Spanish. Hours are 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Eastern Time Monday through Friday.

Safety Needs

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