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"Once upon a time, there was a man who knew that needs are simultaneous and of varying intensity."

The notion of simultaneous needs

A specific need feels like inner tension that continues to grow until it meets its right object of need – and the tension is reduced. Needs often occur simultaneously. For example, we might be hungry at the same time as we need to go to the bathroom. Needs that occur throughout the day and throughout our life are current deficiency needs.

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