None of Maslow’s needs can be met without social connection
Psychology Today, November 8, 2011
Pamela B. Rutledge, Ph.D., M.B.A. in Positively Media
"But here’s the problem with Maslow’s hierarchy. None of these needs — starting with basic survival on up — are possible without social connection and collaboration. None of Maslow’s needs can be met without social connection
Humans are social animals for good reason. Without collaboration, there is no survival."
"From the Savannah to Facebook, social behaviors adapt to the
environment to support that most basic of human needs. We strive to
achieve it within the technological constraints of our environment"