Nonviolent communication: a language of life By Marshall B. Rosenberg
The Objectivist ethics of rational self-interest...
Nonviolent communication upholds needs (or values) as universal; we all have the same needs
Hosts Mike and Stephanie invited me as a guest on their podcast to discuss NVC
"Blame, insults, put-downs (critical remarks), labels, criticism,
comparisons, and diagnoses are all forms of judgment."..."When we judge, as a result, we increase defensiveness and resistance from others. If they do agree to act in harmony with our values because they concur with our analysis of their wrongness, they will likely do so out of fear, guilt, or shame." Marshall Rosenberg
The subtle violence of nonviolent language.
The Basics of Non Violent Communication 1.1
Marshall Rosenberg NVC Role Play
Rosenberg on Nonviolent Communication ~ NVC
Secret of Childhood by Maria Montessori
Nonviolent Communication Part 2 Marshall Rosenberg
rolplay1 nonviolent communication
Kelly Bryson, part 3 - nonviolence, revolution and a third way though conflict
Kelly Bryson, part 4, Nonviolent Communication
Kelly Bryson, part 5, Nonviolent Communication
Kelly Bryson, part 6, Nonviolent Communication
Unconditional Parenting by Alfie Kohn
Compassionate Communication By Marshall Rosenberg
NVC never fails if you stay with the process...from a connection, creativity arises, and a synergistic solution will always present itself, without fail!
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bumper music "Bring Me Back To Life" by Evanescence
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