It is not just the physical violence, that can cause problems in interpersonal communication. Who knows it not, the emotionally charged situations in a dispute, the unsettled allegations in a relationship that never really addressed, the misunderstandings in communication with colleagues or employees. Honestly: who’s been fair if there are the respect for interests goes? Seemingly unbridgeable differences emerge. But the question is how a solution can be found to the well of all involved in communication situations. Learn nonviolent communication, this is an alternative way to learn the not so high art of communication.
Nonviolent Communication is based on the principle of empathy, because only emotionally coming with his counterpart in resonance, can respond effectively on its feelings and needs. The founder of the GRP as non-violent communication is called, Marshall B. Rosenberg, had quite idealistic assumptions regarding communication. He assumes that people are looking for the empathic connection to their fellow human beings. The form in which is communicated, believes he, is crucial for whether you can enter empathic to someone and which and which needs are and desires can articulate.
Also stands in the tradition of client-centric talk therapy was developed by Carl Rogers, GfK. Rosenberg believes that we are interested in an honest exchange with others and are willing to do, if it complies with the conditions of the call for these things. Not for nothing it is useful, E.g. inquiries as to formulate please and not as a demand to make. The GRP can help to listen empathically and to recognize the needs and desires that stand behind possible conflicts. GfKi st, a way to win win situations, in the partnership, in the circle of colleagues, the family, but also in larger related such as therapy, diplomacy, international conflict situations. Many coaches have the GRP in your program recorded so that peaceful ways of communicating are spread.