We argue because we are human.
While political and marital arguments have no bounds except those that combatants place on themselves, legal arguments have formal, structure rules. For example . . . Rules of evidence forbid lawyers to use arguments based on prior convictions or charges… Read More ›
“Marital arguments erupt when a conversion goes out of control – things being said that shouldn’t be said.”
My reading note on a book by Marshall B. Rosenberg, entitled Nonviolent Communication . It’s explains how we can express our needs and feelings in ways that promote respectful, emphatic interpersonal connections. Rosenberg address “Nonviolent or compassionate communication (NVC)”. Some key… Read More ›
The 1951 UNHCR Convention Modern thought about the treatment of refugees crystallized in 1951, when the world’s powers set norms for dealing with people in exile. A UNHCR convention created the non-negotiable idea that those fleeing war or some equally… Read More ›
When Europe and North America turned their backs on Syrian refugees, much of the obligation fell on neighboring nations. Iraq accepted 200,000 Syrian refugees, while Jordan and other middle-income countries also took on thousands of exiles they couldn’t necessarily afford. Uganda, likewise, embraced a generous approach… Read More ›
Main Points Our great-grandparents knew that good customer relationship mattered. Corporation’s restless pursuit of profits has led to the elimination of all unnecessary niceties in order to cut costs. Social media have returned the power to the customer, making firms… Read More ›