Turn Arguments Into Opportunities For Deeper Connection

Usually, I try to edit these episodes down to 15 minutes or so. But, once Newt and I got rolling, there was so much good information that I decided to leave it all in, and let the episode run a little long.
Since 2007, Newt Bailey has been leading workshops and retreats, coaching individuals and groups, and mediating conflict in both public and organizational settings, in the USA and Europe.
In his work, he shares the essential core of Nonviolent Communication (NVC) and teaches the principles of NVC in a way that frees students from specialized language. His approach allows “connected communication” to grow in small, quickly assimilated steps.
His passion is to help people connect and find the potential for mutually satisfying change that lies within conflict. “I am convinced that the changes we want to see in our lives, our communities and our world begin with changes in how we think and communicate.”
Please visit his website, CommunicationDojo.com. Scroll down and you’ll find links to his upcoming workshops, including Communication In Intimate Relationships; Anger, Judgment and Self-Connection; as well as drop-in workshops and practice sessions.
And if you’re looking to deepen the emotional intimacy and connection with your partner, please reach out to Jeffrey at JeffreyMarkLevine.com for both individual and couples coaching. To pick up his ebook “How To Talk To A Man”, <– click here, for more insights, tools and ideas.
Music: Gemma Matoesian – vocals, Jeffrey Levine – guitar, ukulele

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