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Nonviolent Communication Basics (2000)

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The Basics of Nonviolent Communication with Marshall Rosenberg, Phd, is a recorded presentation of a 1-day workshop held in San Francisco, CA in April 2000.  "The purpose of Nonviolent Communication is to help you learn what you already know how to do... but forget ... because we've been educated to forget."

In this video, Marshall Rosenberg shares a philosophy that challenges the current paradigm of war that contributes to violence in relationships, society, and to our planet. "Even though we could be playing the game, 'Make Life Wonderful,' we have been educated to play another game: 'Who's Right?'"

Marshall presents ways of interacting with each other in authentic, effective, and powerful ways so that the way we interact in our most personal relationships is aligned with our values for the change we want to see in the world.

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