What is nonviolent communication and how can we practice it?
An introduction to NVC
Nonviolent communication (NVC) is the brainchild of psychologist Marshall Rosenberg, who began developing the approach in the 1960s. According to NVC theory, all human behavior is dictated by needs common to all, and conflict only arises when our strategies for meeting those needs are out of kilter.
The NVC model involves four key areas of focus: observations, feelings, needs, and requests. The model aims to provide a mechanism for people to connect on a deeply emotional level and to resolve conflict without resorting to tactics such as manipulation.
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