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Conscious Communication: How to Establish Healthy Relationships and Resolve Conflict Peacefully while Maintaining Independence 1st Edition
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About the Author
Miles Sherts left a ten year career in divorce mediation and decided to use his knowledge of conflict resolution and negotiation skills to help people come together, instead of split apart. He is a professional mediator living in Vermont who has taught communication skills at the Community College of Vermont, led private trainings and workshops, and worked with couples and families since 1990.
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Let me tell you what's wrong with this book:
1. It requires you to change the way you've been doing or thinking about things.
2. Though most of the book is written with simple complexity, there are parts that you'll have to read over and over before they really sink in.
Aside from that I would argue that this book is the BEST and ought to be the FIRST source you turn to if you want to improve your communication, your relationships, or you want to resolve any emotions your relationships trigger. This book has been one of the most influential books in my life--it helped me a lot because I used to be that kind of person, and maybe you're that kind of person too?
At the very least this book will give reader a direction - instead of communication as exchanging opinions and beliefs, he offers connecting and listening and creating a safe space for the person who is sharing, so she or he can find their own conclusions, if they have a problem. Reflecting back what person just shared does sound weird in some situations like "So you are angry, because I am late 2 hours, and you think, that I do not respect you". I think I will start with situations, where person is complaining about someone else. I just love the second part where we can help the other person to arrive to their own conclusions.