Examples of social needs include love, belonging, acceptance and safety. Satisfaction of these needs is important in order to feel supported and accepted. Having one's social needs met also helps prevent problems such as... More »

Social stories help children with special needs learn how to behave in a socially acceptable manner by presenting specific social situations in a way that the children can understand. Social stories improve special-needs... More »

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Availability of food supplies, drug problems, education, unemployment, crime levels and healthcare are all examples of social conditions. When populations benefit from favorable conditional factors, the overall quality o... More »

Social needs are things such as acceptance, appreciation, belonging and companionship. Essentially, social needs are met by forging relationships with other people. Social needs are most often discussed in reference to M... More »

Examples of being proactive are packing a briefcase the night before a meeting, reducing the risk of crime by hiring additional police officers and doing laundry before all the clothes are dirty. Proactive means acting i... More »

Physiological needs are physical things needed for human survival and proper functioning of the human body. These needs fall under the first level of needs in psychologist Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. More »

Examples of sincerity include giving people compliments that reflect your true inner feelings, performing acts of kindness without expecting anything in return and maintaining the same personality when alone or in the pr... More »