TGC Podcast Episode 7: Parallels and Possibilites; Non Violent Communication

Needs and feelings matter in all communication.

 

 

 

What if we could learn strategies and skills, packed with elements of Love, that enable us to express ourselves and resolve conflicts through compassion and empathy rather than domination?  Darrell Becker joins us to discuss Non Violent Communication and critical thinking.

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Resources

Darrell’s blogsite:     www.voluntaryvisions.blogspot.com

 

Non Violent Communication Resources

http://www.cnvc.org/

http://kindcommunication.org/

http://www.cnvc.org/Training/the-nvc-model  (click here to access needs list/feelings list)

 

Technology of Love    Needs Chart pdf

 

Critical Thinking and Trivium Resources

www.tragedyandhope.com

http://www.triviumeducation.com/

http://triviumbinder.blogspot.com/

 

Brett   – School Sucks Podcast

http://schoolsucks.podomatic.com/

 

Wes Bertrand –  Complete Liberty   Podcast 155

http://completeliberty.com/magazine/read/episode-155—liberty-getaway-cruise-2011-nonviolent-communication-principles_223.html

 

Fallacies

http://www.popupfallacies.com/?page_id=23

https://www.tragedyandhope.com/trivium/list-of-fallacies/

 

 

4 Responses to TGC Podcast Episode 7: Parallels and Possibilites; Non Violent Communication
  1. Darby
    November 1, 2012 | 11:57 am

    Thank you for this most excellent topic.

    I really like the ’4 D’s of disconnection’ that Darrell outlined. I think it is very useful.

    This kind of communication requires that one not only be aware of one’s own needs and desires, but those of the other person in the communication process. This can be somewhat of a task, but seems well worth it.

    One thing I really like about the NVC, is that it shows how to fail less in relationships and communication. It made it very clear to me that any type of manipulation, while it may be successful in the short run, will ultimately cause the one who is manipulated to permanently remove themselves from this type of relationship, whether it be a personal one or the relation to the so-called government.

    I thank you all for presenting this very fine interview!

    I also appreciate all the great links you have provided.

    • Cath Lamb
      November 1, 2012 | 12:34 pm

      Thanks for your observations and feedback, Darby! This is such an important topic, and I hope more and more people will begin to understand how it will affect their lives for the better in so many ways!

  2. Darby
    November 1, 2012 | 12:00 pm

    Thank you for this most excellent topic.

    I really like the ’4 D’s of disconnection’ that Darrell outlined. I think it is very useful.

    This kind of communication requires that one not only be aware of one’s own needs and desires, but those of the other person in the communication process. This can be somewhat of a task, but seems well worth it.

    One thing I really like about the NVC, is that it shows how to fail less in relationships and communication. It made it very clear to me that any type of manipulation, while it may be successful in the short run, will ultimately cause the one who is manipulated to permanently remove themselves from this type of relationship, whether it be a personal one or the relation to the so-called government.

    Another thing that I really enjoyed is that Darrell combined the use of the Trivium with NVC. A nice and useful combination in my view.

    I thank you all for presenting this very fine interview!

    I also appreciate all the great links you have provided.

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TGC Podcast Episode 7: Parallels and Possibilites; Non Violent Communication

Needs and feelings matter in all communication.

 

 

 

What if we could learn strategies and skills, packed with elements of Love, that enable us to express ourselves and resolve conflicts through compassion and empathy rather than domination?  Darrell Becker joins us to discuss Non Violent Communication and critical thinking.

Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser.

 

 

 

Resources

Darrell’s blogsite:     www.voluntaryvisions.blogspot.com

 

Non Violent Communication Resources

http://www.cnvc.org/

http://kindcommunication.org/

http://www.cnvc.org/Training/the-nvc-model  (click here to access needs list/feelings list)

 

Technology of Love    Needs Chart pdf

 

Critical Thinking and Trivium Resources

www.tragedyandhope.com

http://www.triviumeducation.com/

http://triviumbinder.blogspot.com/

 

Brett   – School Sucks Podcast

http://schoolsucks.podomatic.com/

 

Wes Bertrand –  Complete Liberty   Podcast 155

http://completeliberty.com/magazine/read/episode-155—liberty-getaway-cruise-2011-nonviolent-communication-principles_223.html

 

Fallacies

http://www.popupfallacies.com/?page_id=23

https://www.tragedyandhope.com/trivium/list-of-fallacies/

 

 

4 Responses to TGC Podcast Episode 7: Parallels and Possibilites; Non Violent Communication
  1. Darby
    November 1, 2012 | 11:57 am

    Thank you for this most excellent topic.

    I really like the ’4 D’s of disconnection’ that Darrell outlined. I think it is very useful.

    This kind of communication requires that one not only be aware of one’s own needs and desires, but those of the other person in the communication process. This can be somewhat of a task, but seems well worth it.

    One thing I really like about the NVC, is that it shows how to fail less in relationships and communication. It made it very clear to me that any type of manipulation, while it may be successful in the short run, will ultimately cause the one who is manipulated to permanently remove themselves from this type of relationship, whether it be a personal one or the relation to the so-called government.

    I thank you all for presenting this very fine interview!

    I also appreciate all the great links you have provided.

    • Cath Lamb
      November 1, 2012 | 12:34 pm

      Thanks for your observations and feedback, Darby! This is such an important topic, and I hope more and more people will begin to understand how it will affect their lives for the better in so many ways!

  2. Darby
    November 1, 2012 | 12:00 pm

    Thank you for this most excellent topic.

    I really like the ’4 D’s of disconnection’ that Darrell outlined. I think it is very useful.

    This kind of communication requires that one not only be aware of one’s own needs and desires, but those of the other person in the communication process. This can be somewhat of a task, but seems well worth it.

    One thing I really like about the NVC, is that it shows how to fail less in relationships and communication. It made it very clear to me that any type of manipulation, while it may be successful in the short run, will ultimately cause the one who is manipulated to permanently remove themselves from this type of relationship, whether it be a personal one or the relation to the so-called government.

    Another thing that I really enjoyed is that Darrell combined the use of the Trivium with NVC. A nice and useful combination in my view.

    I thank you all for presenting this very fine interview!

    I also appreciate all the great links you have provided.

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