I hear something you are not saying …



Klaus-Dieter Gen

Susann Pásztor

Junfermann Verlag

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96 pages
17 x 24 cm


Nonviolent Communication in relationships

This book gives an idea how couples can use Marshall B. Rosenberg’s method of Nonviolent Communication to improve their relationship. In the first part of the book they will meet Romeo and Juliet – a fictitious couple – and see how they cope with several everyday situations. The dialogues in the book are quite typical – and readers certainly will find some analogies to their own lives.

In the second part, a real couple, Klaus-Dieter Gens and his Partner Katharina – both trained in Nonviolent Communication – talk about their relationship and about integrating NVC principles into everyday life.

It is fun reading Romeo’s and Juliet’s lively dialogues – and hopefully they will inspire couples and give them an idea of how to live according to the principles of NVC – and how to keep their love fresh.

Klaus-Dieter Gen

Klaus-Dieter Gens was one of the first NVC-trainers in Germany.

Susann Pásztor

Susann Pásztor is a freelance journalist and the author of several books – fiction and non-fiction. Several years ago she met Marshall B. Rosenberg and started training in Nonviolent Communication.
Agence Schweiger

Agence Schweiger