Non Violent Communication A Language of Life

Observation without Evaluation:

The book encourages individuals to observe and describe situations without attaching judgments or evaluations. This helps in fostering a shared understanding of the objective aspects of a situation.

 

Expressing Feelings and Needs:

Readers learn how to identify and express their feelings and needs clearly, allowing for more authentic communication. Understanding and expressing these aspects of oneself contributes to building connection and empathy.

 

Making Requests:

The book guides individuals in making requests that are specific, positive, and actionable. This approach aims to create mutual understanding and collaboration in meeting shared needs.

 

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1 review for Non Violent Communication A Language of Life

  1. Gregory (verified owner)

    After finishing this book, I’m left with conflicting feelings. While the premise was promising, I found the execution to be lacking in certain areas. The pacing felt uneven, and the ending left me wanting more closure. A mediocre read overall.

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