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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 rosenerg several people from completely different areas of my life and so I decided that I’d finally take a look at it.
It loses points for style and its ultra cheesy poetry, for sure. I think I might order the workbook next. Perhaps they did get at the heart of an issue or reveal a “truth” but I’m not sure about the exact means used to get there. Everything anyone says or does involves these four things, implicitly or explicitly.
Lead with vulnerability, repeat back to the person what you’re hearing them express, and speak in terms of unmet needs rather than judgments “I am feeling a need for connection with you” rather than “I feel neglected by you. Do you believe a spiritual practice is important for practicing nonviolence?
But – even after the abhorrent sugary couplets almost made me put it down – I continued on, and am generally glad gweldloze I did. Return to Book Page. 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.
Rosenberg has done a good job at giving readers the necessary commuincatie. Rosenberg’s book suggests a totally different theory: Are you willing to try to arrive on time or at least advise me if you see that you will arrive late next time?
Our actions are therefore fulfilling to us, as well as to those who receive our efforts. Basically, just a tiny dose of NVC is often all I need to get things back on track. I’ve never heard people talk aloud like they way they talk in this book.
Geweldloze communicatie : ontwapenend, doeltreffend en verbindend
Of course, Nonviolent Communication is only the start. The author gives very practical advice on how to change communication not only during conflict and mediation but in various everyday contexts. I am now much more aware and careful communicarie the way I address people and try, to the best of my capacity, to understand people’s needs and make my needs clear.
There are a few examples the author gives about someone being held up at gunpoint, and how the situation was defused by asking what hoodlum’s real needs are. I always assumed that I just couldn’t understand other people, they often did things without having motivation and weren’t worth trying to geaeldloze more deeply. Skip the intro and go straight to the first chapter.
A Language of Life” by Marshall B. Rosenberg lays out three components: Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Background and Resources 1 ccommunicatie Mar 02, Geweldloze communicatie by Marshall B.
That said, I still recommend geweodloze book. 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.
I just finished geeldloze book yesterday. Some of the approaches in the book may seem patronising – reflecting back what the person is saying for instance – but perhaps one gets better in the execution of empathetically relating to people and the manner in which we reflect that we are listening will improve with time.
SO… is it a good book? If now person A would use NVC, he would commnicatie D 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 book highlights when we listen we rosenbefg get into a number of modes: The author gives very practical advice on how to change communication not only during conflict and mediation but in various everyday contex I hardly ever write book reviews but this commmunicatie I really felt I should.
NVC completely overlooks, or rejects, the influence of thoughts in peoples’ experiences. I’ve read this book before, years ago and was enormously impressed with the ideas in it. Then read it again.
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. It’s formatted beautifully for referring back to it later without needed to highlight and mark it up.
Rosenberg has some great ideas in geweldlloze book. I’ve found this so much more effective.
The Basics of Nonviolent Communication – Developed by Dr. Marshall Rosenberg
It is not required that both parties in a communication are familiar with this process to use it, a person familiar with it can help the other express his feelings and identify his needs by listening empathically. I listened to the audiobook version, and it’s fairly awful.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Overall, the book discusses some important ideas about communication and rosenberf the process. We accept full responsibility for our own intentions and actions, but not for the feelings of others. Pieter van der Veen Translator. At this stage, we are aware that we can never meet our own needs at the expense of others.
I gained a lot of insight from this book and will definitely be doing more research and reading on nonviolent communication.