Marshall B. Rosenberg - The Secret of staying in Love (Audio)  - Grandma's Jesus Story & Song...

Marshall B. Rosenberg - The Secret of staying in Love (Audio) - Grandma's Jesus Story & Song...

Kristin Neff Argues Self Compassion Works Better Than Self Esteem - The Atlantic

Forget Self-Esteem—Try Self-Compassion Instead

Kristin Neff Argues Self Compassion Works Better Than Self Esteem - The Atlantic

Kelly Bryson, Non Violent Communication. NVC.The Language of Love.

Kelly Bryson, Non Violent Communication. NVC.The Language of Love.

"RAISING #CHILDREN #COMPASSIONATELY From '#Parenting the #Nonviolent Communication Way' by Marshall B. Rosenberg, Ph.D.[..] suggest[ing] that reward is just as coercive as punishment. In both cases we are using power over people, controlling the environment in a way that tries to force people to behave in ways that we like. In that respect reward comes out of the same mode of thinking as punishment. There is another approach besides doing nothing or using coercive tactics. It requires[…]"…

"RAISING #CHILDREN #COMPASSIONATELY From '#Parenting the #Nonviolent Communication Way' by Marshall B. Rosenberg, Ph.D.[..] suggest[ing] that reward is just as coercive as punishment. In both cases we are using power over people, controlling the environment in a way that tries to force people to behave in ways that we like. In that respect reward comes out of the same mode of thinking as punishment. There is another approach besides doing nothing or using coercive tactics. It requires[…]"…

Marshall Rosenberg - Expressing and Receiving Anger Compassionately - No...

Marshall Rosenberg - Expressing and Receiving Anger Compassionately - No...

Nonviolent Communication: Ideas for compassionate communication during conflict

4 Steps to Speaking Love Instead of Violence

Reflexiones Cortas

Reflexiones Cortas

Emotional blackmail is abuse. Again – we all agree. So why on earth would anyone offer emotionally blackmailing a child as a suitable option/alternative to smacking? A mother asked on a parenting group the other day what she could do …

"When deciding how to move forward, they will look to honor, beauty, morality and virtue - INFPs are led by the purity of their intent, not rewards and punishments."

"When deciding how to move forward, they will look to honor, beauty, morality and virtue - INFPs are led by the purity of their intent, not rewards and punishments."

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