Nonviolent communication

Four steps to expressing anger from Nonviolent Communication by Marshall Rosenberg

1. Stop.  Breathe.

2.  Identify our judgmental thoughts.

3.  connect with our needs

4.  Express our feelings and unmet needs in a nonviolent way.

The important thing is to come from understanding and nonviolence, do not attack or blame, or come from judgment.  Connect with the person and see the humanity in the other person and see the connection you have with the other person.

for more help with anger go to http://www.mhurrelltherapy.com or call 310-802-4022.

Mark L. Hurrell, LMFT

Educational psychologist

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