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Nonviolent Communication by Marshall B. Rosenberg - Book Summary by Meaningful Publishing

Important Note: This is an audiobook summary of Nonviolent Communication by Marshall Rosenberg - this is not the original book.

Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life by Marshall Rosenberg presents a method of communication free from judgments or demands, which results in more productive interactions for all parties involved.

The practice of Nonviolent Communication (NVC) encourages connection through compassionate conversation, both with others and with ourselves, and Dr. Marshall Rosenberg, founder of The Center for Nonviolent Communication and a global educator, uses this book to introduce us to the NVC process he’s developed.

Dr. Rosenberg employs techniques from his experiences dealing with conflicts around the world to share practical and sustainable strategies, giving us all the tools required to effectively communicate our feelings and needs in any situation.

Here’s what you’ll learn about in this summary:

  • What is nonviolent communication? How can it be used to get what you really want?
  • How you can practice NVC at home to connect with family and friends, and in the office to connect with coworkers, employees, and employers
  • How to start on a path of emotional liberation, and what to expect on each stage of the journey
  • The importance of an emotional vocabulary, and ways to build that vocabulary through conversations with yourself and others.
  • And much, much more!

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good summary of the book i very dislike

good summary of the book i very dislike. i find original book oversimplified beyond offending. it is only interesting reading original book as a text you need to improve and enrich. thats easy objective because when you hear it, you get the point but its cheap and weak. e. g: I am irritated my your messy room - how is that not aggressive? ok, lets close the book, waste of time.