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Patterns: empathy

description:our responses are mostly governed by our emotions. So are the responses of others.

problem:You have difficulties connecting with others, and find yourself disengaged during conversations.

description:Shift from responding to truly comprehending what the other person is saying, leading to more meaningful interactions.

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Resources: empathy

Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life

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bibliographical reference:
Rosenberg, M.B. (2015) Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life. PuddleDancer Press. isbn: 978-1892005281.

Rosenberg teaches how to talk to others in an empathetic way. But above else, he shows the need for compasionate self-talk, and deep understanding of our own desires and needs. While his verbal forms sound a bit artificial and forced, after some practise, you will be able to include the non-violent style of communication in your own relationships. After all, what is the use in conversing if not to understand each other.

complexity categories: novice