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The most valuable things I learned from studying Nonviolent Communication

The most valuable things I learned from studying Nonviolent Communication was to remove these 20 connection breakers from my communication with myself and others. It works like magic!

  1. Judgment.

  2. Labels.

  3. Blame & Accusation.

  4. Should, oughts and Must.

  5. Denying responsibility (Have to, Can’t).

  6. Threats, Demand & Insistence.

  7. Interrupting & telling something about yourself.

  8. Giving advice.

  9. Compensating.

  10. Consolation.

  11. Pity.

  12. Telling not to feel a certain way.

  13. Rationalizing.

  14. Dismissing.

  15. Gathering data.

  16. Interrogating.

  17. Preaching.

  18. Criticizing.

  19. Gossip.

  20. Generalization (Always, Never).


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