Library Resources with self restraint

Trainer Tip: Many of us are afraid of our anger because we haven’t learned how to express it in a way that brings relief or that helps us meet our needs in the situation. Consider a different approach to anger, one that helps you fully express your anger and is more likely to help you meet your needs for relief, to be heard, or to be understood.

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  • Duration 1 page
  • Production Date 01/25/2005
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In our fast-paced, busy lives it is tempting to practice NVC mostly with the left hemisphere of the brain, thinking through the steps quickly without slowing down to connect more deeply with feelings and needs.  Don't miss an opportunity to integrate the hemispheres of the brain and the valuable information from the neural networks in the heart and gut.

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Conflict is a normal and natural part of life. To varying degrees, it happens whenever two or more people consistently spend time together. Resolving conflict effectively and peacefully, in a way in which all parties feel respected and valued, does not feel natural for those of us who grew up with punitive, adversarial, or avoidant approaches to conflict. Eric offers some tips for approaching conflict.

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  • Duration 4 pages
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Eric Bowers explains how needs and strategies correlate to different brain hemispheres, and how relaxing into our needs opens us to greater possibilities.

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When asking for support from another, you are most likely to enjoy receiving that support when the person giving support is giving from the heart—from a place of joy or delight. Inviting them to say "no" is a way of encouraging an authentic response, a response you can trust more fully.

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Eric explains how we can often avoid regret by getting empathy before making important decisions.

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Learn when to use the two types of requests in the practice of Nonviolent Communication: Action Requests and Connection Requests. Both are important when working through conflict or difficult situations and for building connection.

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  • Duration 1 page
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Trainer Tip: Ready to start a fight because you're right? Consider another strategy.

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  • Skill Level Beginner Skill Level
  • Duration 1 page
  • Production Date 10/05/2005
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Do you ever think you have the perfect answer for someone who is struggling? Eric offers a tip on how to approach situations like this.

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  • Skill Level Beginner Skill Level
  • Duration 1 page
  • Production Date 01/2016
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