Needs and Feelings - Bisogni e sentimenti

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Needs and feelings - bisogni e sentimenti

feelings inventory

feelings depend on satisfaction of needs

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Feelings when our needs are met

Accepted: included, valued, acknowledged, appreciated, worthy, desirable, important 
Safe: secure, trusting, protected
Glad: happy, excited, energized, passionate, hopeful, encouraged, inspired
Connected: included, bonded, intimate, close, warm
Lovable: valued, worthy, confident, proud, sexy
Satisfied: pacified, thankful, contented, gratified, grateful, fulfilled
Clear: calm, peaceful



Feelings when our needs are not met

Hurt: rejected, discounted, ignored, abandoned, violated, betrayed
Afraid: scared, anxious, worried, nervous, threatened, intimidated, frightened, vulnerable 
Sad: depressed, despondent, grief, loss, discouraged, empty, numb
Lonely: separate, distant, withdrawn, disconnected, detached, alienated
Shameful: guilty, unworthy, unlovable, embarrassed, humiliated
Angry: disappointed, upset, annoyed, irritated, resentful, frustrated
Confused: bewildered, conflicted, perplexed



Interpersonal needs

Respect/Consideration

Recognition/Acknowledgment/Appreciation/Validation/Confirmation

Acceptance/Approval/Tolerance

Communication/Information/Feedback

Understanding/Clarity

Connection/Mutuality/Closeness/Intimacy

Friendship/Partnership/Companionship

Community/Affiliation/Belonging

Compassion/Empathy

Support/Nurturing/Comfort/Reassurance

Inclusion/Participation/Contribution

Cooperation/Collaboration

Choice/Autonomy/Freedom

Safety/Security/Protection

Stability/Consistency/Reliability/Predictability

Sensuality/Sexuality

Caring/Warmth/Affection/Love

 



Human needs

The Five Levels of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Share Flip Email

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