Library Resources with questioning the status quo

When does identifying our or others' needs become a coping mechanism that hides the real problems that go unaddressed, and thereby reinforcing problems?  This article zooms out to take a look at how dealing with our needs in the absence of the larger picture can inadvertertly support unhealthy ways of operating, rather than become a healthy solution.  It asks us to see what could be hidden -- both on the personal and societal levels.

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  • Skill Level Beginner Skill Level
  • Duration Read time: 7 - 11 minutes
  • Production Date 04/2018
  • Premium Members n/a
  • Points 4
  • Multi Trainer Num 1
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Some people in the NVC community consider the words "privilege" and "power" triggering and/or evaluative. From this perspective, how can the concepts of "privilege" and "power" be considered part of the NVC teaching?  This writing piece examines the power and privilege debate.  It also discusses what the author sees as Marshall Rosenberg and Gandhi's stance on the subject...

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  • Skill Level All Skill Levels
  • Duration Read time: 9 - 14 minutes
  • Production Date 2/2018
  • Premium Members N/A
  • Points 6
  • Multi Trainer Num 1
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Getting "feel good" empathy can become an addiction. Even to the point of seeing people who don't offer empathy as "not being NVC". Rachelle urges us to notice how this view of NVC can be seductive, and even dangerous. In this article, she explains how we can expand our compassionate awareness when we go beyond equating NVC with harmony and empathy. She asks us to become more open to noticing others' experiences even if it challenges our personal and collective belief systems -- and especially when it upsets us to consider it.

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  • Skill Level Beginner Skill Level
  • Duration Read time: 10 - 15 minutes
  • Production Date 03/2018
  • Premium Members n/a
  • Points 8
  • Multi Trainer Num 1
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Could our "need for autonomy" be getting in the way of "partnership consciousness" (as NVC is sometimes called). Could "autonomy" also block healthy relationships with not only ourselves and with others, but also with the planet? This article invites us to consider how "autonomy" may colour our NVC practice at the peril of our critical values. Values such as our care for impact, shared responsibility, interdependence, compassion, consideration, and more...

Additional Info

  • Skill Level All Skill Levels
  • Duration Read time: 8 - 12 minutes
  • Production Date 01/2018
  • Premium Members n/a
  • Points 6
  • Multi Trainer Num 1
Published in Articles
 
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