By Marshall B. Rosenberg PhD
During this very important and insightful paintings, Marshall B. Rosenberg, PhD, demonstrates the robust therapeutic strength of the Nonviolent verbal exchange (NVC) strategy. you could remodel emotional discomfort, melancholy, disgrace, and clash into empowering connections. Rosenberg stocks that in the back of all emotional discomfort are unmet wishes. He offers easy steps to create the heartfelt presence worthwhile for therapeutic to happen. the way to rework your relationships, locate fulfilling reconciliation, and stream past discomfort to a spot of transparent, sincere verbal exchange. via role-play dialogues and every-day examples, Rosenberg demonstrates the keys to therapeutic discomfort and clash with out compromise. The therapeutic strength of NVC offers sensible and powerful instruments for people, psychological future health practitioners, mediators, households and undefined.
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UM: I don’t know. It has been healing for me; maybe it would heal her or something. MBR: I’d like you to try it, and if it works beautifully, I’d like you to call me up and tell me. And if it messes things up, call my staff. UM: I feel some hope after hearing that: not that I could stay with feelings and needs the whole time by any means, but I just feel some hope. Even if I screw it up, there’s some hope and energy to try with my own brother, the same kind of thing. Thank you. Marshall’s Mother’s Gift to Him MBR: I’d like to share with you a gift I received.
UM: You know, if you talk about how much you hate the president, even if I agree with you, I don’t want to hear it, and I’d rather punch you in the face. MBR: So, whatever I’m talking about, whether it’s the president or something else, as soon as you see me in pain, you then get yourself in such pain, that it’s not a place you want to continue to be in. UM: I don’t have any idea why, intellectually, but just hearing you vent your judgments about people pisses me off: I don’t want to be a sounding board for your story telling.
That seems so far off given all the pain that you’re going through, that it’s hard to even imagine we could get to that stage of really being nurturing for one another. UM: Uh huh. To be honest, it’s hard to imagine you ever giving that, because you’re so caught up in your own suffering. MBR: Yeah. So hard to even imagine. Anything more you want me to hear before I respond? UM: You know, if you talk about how much you hate the president, even if I agree with you, I don’t want to hear it, and I’d rather punch you in the face.