Hierarchy Of Needs | Quote 00484
The more insecure the individual becomes, the greater becomes his hunger for security and, with this, the more fantastic and unreal and unattainable his conception of security becomes. He tends to overinflate the goals and the demands until eventually he makes them in reality impossible of achievement. Thus the extremely insecure person becomes less and less content in his fantasies and dreams with the modest demands that he dares in reality to make upon the world.
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