These 20 short 6-words stories are fine illustration which shows the extend of human creativity in literature. It’s short, it’s simple and it’s heart-breaking “The smallest cofins are the heaviest” “Brought roses home. Keys didn’t fit.” “I met my soulmate…. Read More ›
A look into political arguments and why the manifestos are really good during the campaign trail but not actually doable once the office was won.
Based on “Winning Arguments” People may strive to get along and cooperate but, most of the time, eventually, arguments will prevails. Even when all parties seem to reach a resolution, their agreement rarely lasts. International agreements, peace accords, trade deals… Read More ›
Some further details on NVC NVC-style conflict resolution differs from other methods of resolving disputes. Traditionally, conflict mediators focus on issues while offering an outside perspective to help the involved parties reach an agreement about those issues. With NVC, the… Read More ›
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… Read More ›
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 ›