RE: Re: punishment/Non Violent Conflict-Resolution
From: Albert Schinazi (
Date: Mon, 4 Nov 2002 13:46:01 -0700 (MST)
The NVC list on Parenting that Rachel refers to is thought provoking and it
provides useful information and strategies on how to respond in those
challenging moments.
The Center For Non Violent Communication,  has several email
lists that include:
Social Change  - dialogue on using NVC for Social Change
Synergy - online practice group for NVC communication
Ponder NVC - overview of NVC and related communications processes
There are two opportunities to learn more about NVC.
The publisher of the book, Non Violent Communication, has a special offer
that includes several free publications as noted with the purchase of a
book. "Raising Children Compassionately: Parenting the Nonviolent
Communication Way" ,  " Transforming Anger into Compassionate Connections"
,The latest newsletter from the Center for Nonviolent Communication
There is a weekend intensive training beginning November 15th in NVC ( Non
Violent Communication) in Indianapolis, IN.  For workshop details you can go
This link provides subsequent links to examples of how NVC is used in real
life situations.

Albert Schinazi

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