• Title English : Words are windows (or they are walls)
• Author : Marshall B. ROSENBERG (Author), Arun GANDHI (Foreword), Charles ROJZMAN (Foreword), Farrah BAUT-CARLIER (Translation)
• Pages : 320 Sheet
• Publisher : La Découverte [The Discovery] (April 28, 2016)
• ISBN-10 : 2707188794
• ISBN-13 : 978-2707188793
• Product Dimensions : 13,6 x 1,9 x 22,2 cm
• Format Kindle : Mobipocket, PDF, Ebook and Epub
• Price : €
• Rating : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 8/10
♦ Description : “Under a new cover, enriched by an important chapter on mediation and conflict resolution, here is the third edition of the flagship publication NonViolent Communication, translated into more than 30 languages and sold 170,000 copies in France. Through stories, examples, and simple dialogues, this book can radically improve and truly make our relationship with others.
Most of us have been brought up in a spirit of competition, judgment, requirement and thinking about what is “good” or “bad”. At best, these packs can lead to a misunderstanding of others, at worst they generate anger, frustration, and can lead to violence. Quality communication between oneself and others is today one of the most valuable skills. Through a four-point process, Marshall Rosenberg provides us with a very simple but extremely powerful tool to radically improve and truly make our relationship with others.
Through stories, examples and simple dialogues, this book teaches us primarily: to show a respectful understanding of any message received; to break the patterns of thought that lead to anger and depression; to say what we desire without arousing hostility and communicating using the healing power of empathy.
This new edition is enriched by an important chapter on mediation and conflict resolution. Much more than a process, it is a path of freedom, coherence and lucidity that is proposed to us here!”
“Trained in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and Doctor of Clinical Psychology, Marshall B. Rosenberg founded the Center for NonViolent Communication (CNVC), an international organization working for peace in more than 60 countries, in 1984 and served for many years Director of Educational Services. He is the author of many books, including the bestseller Words are windows (or they are walls), sold more than a million copies worldwide. He has been distinguished for his action by many awards. He died in 2015.”