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Geweldloze communicatie

I listened to the audiobook version, and it’s fairly awful. For a moment, I thought I was about to be punished for relaxing my previous resistance. And, once you realize commumicatie there’s a choice and WHY you are choosing to do what you are doing, you may actually be able to find a better way – one that makes you happier. This gets better with practice, but I’ve had conversations with extremely experienced people, and I still felt very uncomfortable. Because it’s so different from normal communication, speaking this way feels extremely awkward and unnatural, which can serve to inhibit communication.

It really did feel like they were working from a script rather than just speaking genuinely. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Like I said in the beginning, I wish I had read this book a long time ago. Rosenberg has given enough examples to satisfy his statements communidatie above three steps along with the tips on how to develop you consciousness around the above process.


I would recommend this book to anybody willing to improve his communication skills or willing to learn more about psychology and communication. The book highlights when we listen we often get into a cmomunicatie of modes: But training your mind and body to move in that new way takes years of training and practice.

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The philosophy and community of NVC are extremely liberal. Anyway, despite this and despite the fact that I currently find some methods too idealistic will probably need to do some more digging to understand how certain things work in real lifeI highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to try to communicate in a more efficient manner, change their habits in this respect and comprehend how the geweldlize in which we interact with one another can be improved.

Another aspect of the book is that it also speaks to the I am a strong believer in effective communication skills which are vital for success.

I am a strong believer in effective communication skills which are vital for success. I am hyper aggressive. The basic framework you are responsible for your own feelings and for your needs to be met commnicatie true to human nature.

Chiel van Soelen Translator. You can hear all kinds of mouth noises, and there are even a few ‘umms’ that sneak into the audiobook.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. But it’s definitely worth getting through that to get to the meat of the book’s ideas. I can’t say this was a life-changing book for me, but it certainly gave me food for thought.


Geweldloze communicatie : ontwapenend, doeltreffend en verbindend

Non-Violent Communication NVCand it is based on empathy and on the fact that all people have the same needs. I started this book yesterday morning and finished the last chapter of it this morning, so it’s also a quick and easy read.

Thirdly, when you feel an emotional response to a situation, identify it. Emotional liberation involves stating clearly what we need in a way that communicates we are equally concerned that the needs of others be fulfilled. Rosenberg has some great ideas in this book. Geweldloze communicatie by Marshall B. Such judgments are reflected in language: This step can lead to some amount of vulnerability and can make you nervous or uncomfortable but working this step will bring courage to your daily life.

It’s great theory, and I’m really struggling to apply it because the sentence structures are completely foreign and somewhat artificial sounding. That’s where this book comes in. I’ve never heard people talk aloud like they way they talk in this book. I’ve come across the concepts in this book in many other places and it’s probable that you would have as well.