Geweldloze communicatie by Marshall B. Rosenberg, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Geweldloze communicatie: ontwapenend, doeltreffend en verbindend on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. As founder of Nonviolent Communication (NVC), Marshall Rosenberg, Ph.D. says,. “What others do may be a stimulus of our feelings, but not the cause.”.

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This is a book worth reading and rereading, and rereading again. Chiel van Soelen Translator. These are more like caveats, and in no way are intended to sound as though I now think NVC is bunk. Just stating the naked facts and actions, no interpreting them nor blaming or judging the person that did them; 2- Expresses his own feelings towards that behaviour or actions; 3- Expresses his needs that hasn’t been fulfilled by this behaviour.

Ask for what you need explicitly When you feel an emotional response to a situation, Rosenberg contends that it’s always based on some unmet need.

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Rosenberg lays out three components: Want to Read saving…. Thirdly, when you feel an emotional response to a situation, identify it.

The key ingredient of empathy is presence: It’s formatted beautifully for referring back to it later without needed to highlight and mark it up. Claire As this book is simply an edition of an older book, it should be available in most public libraries if not at your local library, it should be …more As this book is simply an edition of an older book, it should be available in most public libraries if not at your local library, it should be available through inter-library loan.


Everyone has different needs, or place different levels of importance on our needs.

He says that “NVC’s most important use may be in developing self-compassion. There are surely denser, more theoretical treatments of how the language we use daily impairs not only our ability to interact peaceably with others but also to get the results we want, or how that same language steadily undermines individual autonomy and responsibility, resulting in today’s excruciatingly dismal political situation.

I listened to the audiobook version, and it’s fairly awful. It’s about seeking a deeper understanding with the other people in your life.

View all 5 comments. This gets better communicstie practice, but I’ve had conversations with extremely experienced people, and I still felt very uncomfortable. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. 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.

NVC completely overlooks, or rejects, the influence of thoughts in peoples’ experiences. You can hear all kinds of mouth noises, and there are even a commumicatie ‘umms’ that sneak into the audiobook. If you’re experiencing anger, you need to fully express it.

And likewise the way in which we honestly express our feelings and needs. The emphasis on the importance of changing the ways in which language and thinking are connected for us, in order to restore rksenberg power to individuals and communities, is what really sold rosnberg on the styles of communication Rosenberg lays out that is, nonviolent communication, or NVC for short.

I also can’t help thinking that although nvc in itself is certainly very valuable in helping people communicate more empathetically, incorporating a meditative practice that invariably results in bringing more easily to the surface our true feelings and in making us more sensitive to the feelings and needs of others would deepen even further the practice of nvc and not just that, but it would also help us realize our true Self that transcends our ego, thus leading to a deeper understanding of our interconnectedness with others and concomitantly therefore to a nonviolent way of relatingwhich is why I think meditation has a place here.


The more I discuss this book with our group, the more I effectively I learn the content and the more amazed I am at the change this brings about in my own thinking rosenbreg how I see and interact with others.

But I wasn’t always “on my game.

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See all 7 questions about Geweldloze communicatie…. But it’s definitely worth getting through that to get to the meat of the book’s ideas.

Open Preview See a Problem? 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 gwweldloze a more efficient manner, change their habits in this respect and comprehend geewldloze the way in which we interact with one another can be improved.

Definitely a thought provoking read.

The problem is that in real life it is really hard to figure out your own exact correct feelings vs needs vs wants, etc. Communidatie warning about this book: