Have We Been Trained To Violence in Communication? Consider the Principles of Nonviolent Communication (Part 2 – Power of Thoughts and Words)

(Chandra Loveguard) Founder of Nonviolent Communication Marshall B. Rosenberg said, “Most of us grew up speaking a language that encourages us to label, compare, demand, and pronounce judgments rather than to be aware of what we are feeling and needing.” Does this cultural habit lead to a type of violence in communication? And what is the impact of learning how to change our ways so we speak to people’s needs and pain instead of projecting our own hurts onto them?

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