As the saying goes, “No man is an Island.” The interdependence of human beings is the major reason human interactions are important and cannot be overlooked.
People interact with other people in different ways, but one unifying factor in all human interactions is the need to feel a sense of belonging. In Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Theory, The need for love and belonging comes after the fulfillment of safety needs. Once a person feels safe, they begin to seek love and find a community to belong to.
A person’s social life is affected by many factors, and these factors go on to determine how the person navigates human relationships. On Collected.Reviews, users describe how some factors, like diet, have influenced their social life.Read More »