Affiliative values are the values placed on helping or pleasing others, reflected in the amount of time spent in and the degree of satisfaction achieved from such actions.

In psychology, affiliative values refer to the importance placed on relationships and connections with others, as well as the desire to maintain positive social bonds. Individuals who prioritize affiliative values tend to value social interaction, cooperation, and support from others.

Examples of affiliative values include:

Affiliative values are important for social and emotional well-being, and can have positive impacts on mental health and resilience. However, an overemphasis on affiliative values can also lead to issues such as codependency, social anxiety, and difficulty asserting personal needs and boundaries.

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