+1 (218) 451-4151 info@writersnest.org

Tiger Woods: remarkable golfer, talented, family man. . . cheater? Over the past few years, Tiger Woods’ behavior has been questioned and examined. His reputation as an extraordinary athlete has taken the backseat to his overwhelming secret life. Tiger’s “sex-capades” were displayed all over the media: television, magazine articles, and the radio. The world was given the opportunity to look past the “greatest golfer alive” persona and see the damaged human being on the inside. We all were consumed with the shock of his antics as numerous women spoke out about having sexual relations with Mr. Woods. His scandalizing actions have us all wondering about what led to these shocking events. In the following paragraphs, I will be comparing Tiger’s behavior to Abraham Maslow’s humanistic theory.
Maslow developed the hierarchy of needs; he thought that people had to meet two types of needs, basic and growth, to accomplish self-actualization and cognitive understanding of one’s self. Basic needs, from most important to least, are physiological (breathing, food water, sleep), safety (health, …