Have you ever avoided interrupting one of your loved ones or NVC students because you feared that it would create disconnection or anger? We often tell ourselves that interrupting someone is rude or disrespectful. It is even often considered a "bad habit" that shuts down communication.
What if interrupting could actually bring you closer to others?
Interrupting someone who is using more words than you can handle in a way that increasesconnection is an art. In fact, Mary Mackenzie believes it is a very necessary art – one she looks forward to sharing with you.
As uncomfortable as it may seem, the truth is when we interrupt in a needs-based way, we have an opportunity to enhance connection and closeness with others.
In one powerful session, Mary will show you how to interrupt someone in a way that:
- Increases connection – rather than shame or defensiveness
- Elevates their enjoyment of learning and invites curiosity
- Is rooted in life-serving needs, compassion, and empathy
If you are looking to finetune your techniques and perspectives to invite more joy, connection, and closeness into your interactions, then mark your calendars for this very impactful session.
"Never do anything that isn't play"
—Marshall B. Rosenberg