The Steps of NVC

Kashtan, Inbal
January 2002
Mothering;Jan/Feb2002, Issue 110, p37
Presents the steps of nonviolent communication in the family setting. Descriptions on what is seen without added interpretation; Statement of needs rather than other person's actions as the cause; Need to use positive action language.


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