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(Goodreads) Nonviolent Communication Nvc Toolkit for Facilitators: Interactive Activities and Awareness Exercises Based on 18 Key Concepts for the Development of NVC Skills and Consciousness

Nonviolent Communication Nvc Toolkit for Facilitators: Interactive Activities and Awareness Exercises Based on 18 Key Concepts for the Development of NVC Skills and ConsciousnessNonviolent Communication Nvc Toolkit for Facilitators: Interactive Activities and Awareness Exercises Based on 18 Key Concepts for the Development of NVC Skills and Consciousness by Raj Gill
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A great read.
It thought me that many of our established communication patterns might contribute to dysfunctional relationships, misunderstandings and frustration. While making “moralistic judgments” about other people can alienate them. This differs from making “value judgments,” which we do all the time. Comparing people to each other interferes with authentic communication, as does talking about what someone deserves or denying responsibility for our actions. When we say we have to do something, or someone else is making us do it, we isolate ourselves from other people and pushing the responsibilities away from ourselves.
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Read more from my reading notes here (https://aarifbillah.com/2018/12/05/no…)
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A recommended reading.
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regards,
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