• Hanna Perlberger

Love is Never Blind

In Abraham Maslow’s famous Hierarchy of Needs, our fundamental basic needs revolve around “shelter” and “safety.” After these basic but essential requirements are met, we ascend to the next level of psychological needs, such as belonging and love, which are satisfied by intimate relationships and friends. Broken down, intimacy can be understood as “Into Me See” and is experienced when others truly see into us and we into them.

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