17 episodes

An in-depth look at the practice of non violent communication in every day life.

Non Violent Communication Podcast Liz McGowen

    • Health & Fitness
    • 3.6, 10 Ratings

An in-depth look at the practice of non violent communication in every day life.

    Non Violent Communication, Day 17

    Non Violent Communication, Day 17

    In today's look at non violent communication, we've made it to Chapter 6 in the Rosenberg book. You'll hear me discussing how I'm playing with making requests in clear, concrete action-oriented language... and, of course, how this relates to my living room. :-)

    To share comments, questions, or your own experiences, please visit my blog:
    Non Violent Communication podcast day 17

    If you liked this, chances are good that you know someone else who might enjoy it. I hope you'll share the link via email, twitter, facebook, or your method of choice. It might mean a lot to that person, and it just takes a moment.

    • 9 min
    Non Violent Communication, Day 16

    Non Violent Communication, Day 16

    In today's look at non violent communication, we're wrapping up our work on Chapter 5 of Rosenberg's book and talking about the three stages we go through when taking responsibility for our feelings. I hope you'll join me for this.

    For comments, questions, and resources, visit my blog post for this episode:
    NVC Podcast Day 16

    If you liked this, chances are good that you know someone else who might enjoy it. I hope you'll share the link via email, twitter, facebook, or your method of choice. It might mean a lot to that person, and it just takes a moment.

    • 7 min
    Non Violent Communication, Day 15

    Non Violent Communication, Day 15

    In today's look at non violent communication, I'm reporting on how things are going with using the phrase "I feel [insert feeling], because I [insert need]."

    Magical. Really, I'm finding this hugely helpful. There is also a little discussion about the fact that many of us lose sight of the fact that we have needs in the first place -- or at least I sometimes work with people who feel that way and feel that way myself at times.

    To leave comments or questions (hint: I'd love to learn your own experience with this phrase!), visit the blog at:

    Non Violent Communication Podcast Day 15

    To subscribe via iTunes or for a complete list of episodes, visit my page on non violent communication.

    If you liked this, chances are good that you know someone else who might enjoy it. I hope you'll share the link via email, twitter, facebook, or your method of choice. It might mean a lot to that person, and it just takes a moment.

    • 6 min
    Non Violent Communication, Day 14

    Non Violent Communication, Day 14

    Today's episode launches us into Chapter 5 of Rosenberg's book, and we're talking about taking responsibility for our feelings. Initially, I'm playing around with a specific phrase and noticing my first reaction (discomfort) and what happens later.

    If you like this, chances are good you know someone else who might like it, too. Be sure to use email, twitter, facebook, or another method to share this with them. It may be exactly the magic fairy dust they need to brighten their day, and it only takes a minute.

    You can leave comments and questions at the blog:

    NVC Podcast Day 14: Taking responsibility for our feelings

    • 7 min
    Non Violent Communication, Day 13

    Non Violent Communication, Day 13

    Today, in Day 13, we're wrapping up the discussion of "identifying and expressing feelings" from Chapter 4 of Rosenberg's book.

    Learn about my own challenges with using the phrase "I feel", when I'm doing a self-check, and why my emotional vocabulary appears to be stuck at first grade level. Hope you'll join me, and let me know your thoughts at my blog.

    http://www.lizmcgowen.com/non-violent-communication-podcast/NVC-Podcast-Day-13-Yes-my-emotional-vocabulary-is-at-first-grade-level

    • 7 min
    Non Violent Communication, Day 12

    Non Violent Communication, Day 12

    Today is an extension of Day 11, because I didn't want to leave listeners hanging. I go into connecting with people at a deeper level, bringing us around to the importance of identifying and observing rather than labeling someone with a feeling. Hope you'll find it helpful.

    If you'd like to start using NVC in your own life, or start some other new practice, you'll find lots of support at my blog. There's The Lemon Pie Group with support for starting something new, as well as The Elephant Manifesto to help you get started.

    You can also leave comments about this post here:
    http://www.lizmcgowen.com/non-violent-communication-podcast/nvc-podcast-da12-connecting-at-a-deeper-level/

    • 7 min

Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

archvst ,

Daily diary glimpse on reading the book & practicing nvc

This is a quick snapshot diary of what it’s like to attempt application of and reflect on some nvc principles in daily activities. Authentic succinct thoughtful digestible pieces.

Although I may have been hoping for something a little grittier (more jackaly with giraffe interpretation) and maybe more dyadic, anyone who posted negative reviews here probably has never read the book or practiced nvc with others. This is a nice intro to a few ideas for someone getting their feet wet. Thanks for putting yourself out there.

0237Listener ,

Thanks

Thanks for sharing your insights and application of the concepts in the book. I found this podcast to be a helpful complement to NVC resources especially b/c I feel too busy to read the book myself.

KiZzYcAt ,

Not helpfull

I agree with "pathetic" two or three posts below...
Everything this woman talks about is about dealing with her children, and complaining about her day to day life.
For those of us that don't have kids or are single etc, this is no help whatsoever.
I find no useful information within this podcast.

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