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Nonviolent Communication

Create Your Life, Your Relationships, and Your World in Harmony with Your Values
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What if you could defuse tension and create accord in even the most volatile situations - just by changing the way you spoke? Over the past 35 years, Marshall Rosenberg has done just that, peacefully resolving conflicts in families, schools, businesses, and governments in 30 countries all over the world. On Nonviolent Communication, this renowned peacemaker presents his complete system for speaking our deepest truths, addressing our unrecognized needs and emotions, and honoring those same concerns in others. With this adaptation of the best-selling book of the same title, Marshall Rosenberg teaches in his own words:

  • Observations, feelings, needs, and requests - how to apply the four-step process of Nonviolent Communication to every dialogue we engage in
  • Overcoming the blocks to compassion - and opening to our natural desire to enrich the lives of those around us
  • How to use empathy to safely confront anger, fear, and other powerful emotions

Here is a definitive audio training workshop on Marshall Rosenberg's proven methods for "resolving the unresolvable" through Nonviolent Communication.

©2007 Marshall Rosenberg (P)2007 Marshall Rosenberg
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Empfehlenswert mit einer kleinen Ausnahme

Marshall Rosenbergs Buch "Gewaltfreie Kommunikation" (Nonviolent Communication) erschien 1999 zum ersten Mal. Seitdem gab es einige Auflagen mit verändertem Inhalt. Mir fehlt eine genaue Angabe. Gibt es eine Übereinstimmung mit einer Buchauflage, und wenn ja, mit welcher? Von wann sind die Audioaufnahmen?
Wenn ich das richtig sehe, fehlen 2 Kapitel. Emphatisch aufnehmen (Receiving Empathically) und Konfliktlösung und Mediation (Conflict Resolution and Mediation). Hintergrundinformationen wären wünschenswert. Ansonsten prima.

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I recommend, really interesting book

Really interesting m, changed the way of dealing with my family. Lived it. I really recommend

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wonderfull moving hearth touching

going though a break up I needed to feel understood, I am really thankfull having heard this book

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What we need to teach at school is first NVC

As I was listening to this audiobook I was imagining all the conflicts that could be resolved through NVC, most importantly the ones we all have within us.
NVC I believe, can be summarized as the essence of civilization, a way for us to make the most of our humanness potentials to improve not only our life, but humanity, for a more peaceful and happier life together, with clarity.

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Wertvolles Hörbuch

Ich hatte das Thema gewaltfreie Kommunikation in einer Fortbildung und hielt das ganze für unsinnig und wahnsinnig kompliziert.
Jetzt hab ich es verstanden und meine Meinung zur gfK geändert.

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Nonviolent Communication: life enabler

NVC is an action-specific process language. It allows us to reconnect with what already is within us: compassion, forgiveness, empathy. It also teaches us how to accept and transform from feelings of shame, guilt, anger all of which are life alienating due to the language we use between each other and with ourselves (the thoughts we have and the feeling resulted from such thinking). Highly recommended.

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Realistic directions and practical support

The nagging feeling turned into certainty while listening to this book: day to day communication is very aggressive and violent.

The positive message of the book: small changes can make a real difference.

I enjoyed the book and started the first baby-step implementation before finishing the book.
I will listen to it again, for more small steps at a time.

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Amazing

I really love listening to Marshall. He has such a nice voice and the whole book has such peaceful, calming and positive outlook on life. I would totally recommend it and already looking forward to listening to it again.

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This book is pure life

I am so happy to have listened to this audiobook. The message is powerful and I will remember and practice it whenever I can. Marshall Rosenberg's voice is full of wisdom, humility and compassion, it is a treat to listen to him. The stories compounding his lessons are inspiring, even incredible. Everybody will benefit from listening to this audiobook. Please do.

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Wonderful view of doing conservations

This kind of conservation brings me closer to people and helps me to understand others and myself better. To find this, is the best which could happen to me!
I wanna thank Mr. Rosenberg, but he already died, before I could met him at any workshop. This makes me very sad.
He was such a great person who enriched my life with non violent communication!