|Re: Consensus decision making||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Matt Lawrence (matttechnoronin.com)|
|Date: Mon, 11 Aug 2008 19:04:43 -0700 (PDT)|
On Mon, 11 Aug 2008, Sharon Villines wrote:
What happens to the person is over-ridden when the rest of the group pretends the group is still using consensus decision-making? Is the decision to exclude this person? Then why not take up that decision directly? Too difficult?
In my case they kicked me out and kept my money.Another warning sign is the phrase "Well nobody else feels that way". That's an attempt at emotional blackmail to make someone conform.
I chased after cohousing for over 15 years. Now it doesn't look like I will ever live in a community.
-- Matt It's not what I know that counts. It's what I can remember in time to use.
- Re: Consensus decision making, (continued)
- Consensus and personal relatiionships Rob Sandelin, August 12 2008
- Re: Consensus decision making Matt Lawrence, August 11 2008
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- Re: Consensus decision making Muriel Kranowski, August 11 2008
- Re: Consensus decision making Racheli Gai, August 11 2008
- Re: Consensus decision making Sharon Villines, August 11 2008
- Re: Consensus decision making Brian Bartholomew, August 12 2008
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