Psychological regulation

Psychological regulation is a need to balance our natural drivers of behaviour, ensuring we consider our own personal profile of needs.

Regulating protection

Regulating the protection need

When we are talking about balancing one of our psychological needs, we mean that it is essential that we are ensuring our need for protection is met enough, but understanding that too much protection in any

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Wired for protection

Why humans are wired for protection

The need for protection has been identified by understanding our neurological make-up coupled with our behaviour and how our brains have evolved as a species.  To understand why we are wired for protection, and how protection

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Protection need

Protection need

Our fundamental wiring makes us act in many ways that protect the safety and wellbeing of ourselves and our community. Protection is the psychological driver that assists us in producing behaviours and working long-term to

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