Compassionate Communication (also known as Nonviolent Communication), developed by Marshall Rosenberg Ph.D, is highly effective for communicating in Relationships, Parent and Child Interactions, Friends and Siblings and Business Relationships. It Deepens Spirituality and is an effective alternative or addition to marriage counseling or marriage therapy.

Imagine for a moment...

You and your partner being able to easily and quickly talk about your conflicts and issues. No more build-up of frustrations and resentments from not being heard, understood or having ongoing unresolved issues.

Things finally get resolved...Woo hoo!

Ahhhh... now feel the relief in knowing your communication with your partner has ease and you can talk about anything.

Here's how you CAN make this a reality in your relationship!

 

One of the most common comments I get from people who take the 8-Week Compassionate Communication Course is this: "I wish I had learned this years ago, my life would have been so much easier." This is the point where they have the profound realization about how to speak differently and are saddened by the loss of not having that in the past. More

Can The Communication In Your Relationship
Past This Test?

1. Do you think you are right and your partner wrong about various matters?
Yes
No
2. Do you criticize your partner or do the silent treatment to get what you want?
Yes
No
3. Do you have a hard time expressing feelings or expressing what you want?
Yes
No
4. Do you respond with anger or withdrawal when facing conflicts?
Yes
No
5. Do you analyze and try to fix your partner’s problems to get your needs met?
Yes
No
6. Do you take personally all the judgments directed at you?
Yes
No
7. Do you catch yourself making judgments and feel frustrated with yourself?
Yes
No
8. Do you find yourself having lots of arguments or the same ones repeatedly?
Yes
No
9. Does your Partner say this a lot: "I told you that, you just don't listen to me!"
Yes
No
10. Do you find yourself repeatedly asking for things to be done that don't get done?
Yes
No

For Test Results