To have security
- To be secure
To have safety
- To be safe
To have stability
- To be stable
- An environment free of excessive stressors, dangers, threats, crime, harassment, violence, abuse, discrimination, and conflict
Security and stability have notable effects on one's body and brain.
(This section is incomplete and requires an Effects table for a full breakdown of the effects of neglect and fulfillment of this needs. If you'd like to help out, please volunteer.)
While it is heavily influenced and reactive to the state and condition of one's environment, security at the individual level is only effectively measured through self-assessment questions, as it is a subjective experience, mindset, and feeling.
- Overall, I feel secure.
- I feel safe.
- I feel stable.
- I don't worry about my safety.
- I don't worry about instability.
- I don't worry about my basic needs.
- I feel physically safe and secure.
- I feel financially and economically secure.
- I live in a secure and safe environment and community.
Ideally every human should
- Have an environment free of excessive stressors, dangers, threats, crime, harassment, violence, abuse, discrimination, and conflict
- Have a strong sense of security, safety, and stability
- Understand personal security needs
- Track security needs monthly
Fulfill personal security needs
- Set monthly goals based on personal security needs
- Build and maintain a healthy sense of security, safety, and stability
Fulfill your needs
Be intentional about putting yourself in the environments and settings you need to build your stability, ensuring you have the healthy sense of security and safety you need.
Track your needs
Try to measure your security needs monthly.
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