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I had a whole friendship based on the foundation of my empathy. Only feelings and needs matter.
He was the founder and Director of Educational Services for the Center for Nonviolent Communication, an international non-profit organization. But Rosenberg’s book does that, and I think its draw is giving people incredibly simple and powerful tools to deal rosenebrg deeply-felt, deeply-rooted cultural and social problems.
The book was suggested to me because I realised some people had problems with my tone roswnberg language. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
So figure out what that need is and then request don’t demand for the other person to fulfill it. It’s also geweldllze of the best I’ve read on psychology and spirituality, which are really just forms of intrapersonal communication, and this book shows how to do that just as we communicate with one another. It requires constant awareness of one’s behaviours.
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I didn’t quite believe the dialog examples would diffuse conflict so rapidly or get dismissed by others in the dialog as being too contrived, but they do point communciatie a much more constructive approach than escalating judgmental responses.
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Het is een taal van mededogen waarmee we de machtsstrijd communicaie en bewegen naar samenwerking en vertrouwen. Discussion 1 4 Mar 07, The book encourages us to listen to people’s needs rather than what they are thinking and for us to differentiate between feeling and thinking something I only discovered quite recently!
I listened to the audiobook version, and it’s fairly awful.
Stay out of your head, and stay in your heart. That said, the book is so highly This book seems to target HR looking for a facilitator for their next corporate offsite or kindergarten teachers deliberately mediating disagreements between their charges, so this title isn’t one I would have picked for myself. The more I discuss this book with our group, the more I effectively I learn the content and the more amazed I am at the change this brings about in my own thinking and how I see and interact with others.
I figure if I can learn to communicate with compassion it will be the first step towards being a wise person! Am now currently taking a course in Rosenberg’s Nonviolent Communication theory and have renewed hope about my ability to put the ideas into practice.
However, he is a bit “out there” on some things. There are surely denser, more theoretical treatments of how the language we use daily impairs not only our ability to interact peaceably with others but also to get the results we want, or how that same language steadily undermines individual autonomy and responsibility, resulting in today’s excruciatingly dismal political situation.
As I hear someone talking, I like to ask myself, “how are they feeling? Everything anyone says or does involves these four things, implicitly or explicitly. This gets better with practice, but I’ve had conversations with extremely experienced people, and I still felt very uncomfortable. He says that “NVC’s most important use may be in developing self-compassion.
I’ve learned the hard way the dangers of getting too good at giving empathy. This book isn’t teaching you to “hack” others as it is a plea to exercise empathy and connect with others at a deeper level. Is it helpful to relay this story to me? He describes different ways that we prevent ourselves from being fully present for someone including: Basically anti communication tactics are my wheelhouse.
A warning about this book: I’ve come across the concepts in this book in many other places and it’s probable that you would have as well. I am hyper aggressive.
This book teaches you how to communicate from the heart.
Geweldloze communicatie : ontwapenend, doeltreffend en verbindend
Marshall Rosenberg was an American psychologist and the creator of Nonviolent Communication, a communication process that helps people to exchange the information necessary to resolve conflicts and differences peacefully.
The basic framework you are responsible for your own feelings and for your needs to be met stands true to human nature. Return to Book Page. The author gives very practical advice on how to change communication not only during conflict and mediation but in various everyday contexts. InRosenberg received his Ph.
This is a book worth reading and rereading, and rereading again. Identify your feelings about it – anger, joy, hopeful, inspired, lonely? It’s great theory, and I’m really strug Buddhism for Mothers referenced this book, since it talks about how we tend to view the world as right or wrong, and discipline our kids according to this model.
When you approach every communication with that question, “how can I enrich my life or theirs? Want to Read Currently Reading Read. View all 5 comments.
I can see why this book is so popular – it explains the concepts in clear language and gives lots of examples of how interpretations, judgments and a lack of empathy self-empathy and with others get in the way of our ability to connect and communicate This book came recommended by several people from completely different areas of my life and so I decided that I’d finally take a look at it. Figure out what need you have that is driving that feelin I wish I had read this book a long time ago.