Nonviolent communication


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Nonviolent communication is about communicating with one's counterpart at eye level. This means, for example:

  • To address a situation without reproach.
  • To show understanding for the other person, even if one has a different opinion.
  • Hearing criticism and reproaches without taking them personally.
  • To stand up for one's own concerns without wanting to be right.
  • Clearly and convincingly formulate your own goals and values.

Non-violent communication is more an inner attitude than a communication technique.
A fundamental assumption is that every person acts to meet his own needs and not against others. This, together with the responsibility for myself, which I also admit to my counterpart for himself, leads to a wealth of alternative courses of action that can take into account the needs of all participants equally.

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