Non-Violent Communication Happyness

Articles About and By Marshall Rosenberg

A Conversation With Marshall Rosenberg

By Michael Mendizza

In this edited interview led by Michael Mendizza of Touch the Future Productions, Marshall candidly describes the life-changing moments that led him to discover our true compassionate nature, and the critical role language plays our ability to understand and communicate our needs.

The Heart of Nonviolent Communication: A Brief Introduction to the Concepts of NVC

By Marshall B. Rosenberg, PhD.

I believe compassion is our natural state of being — that it’s natural to feel joy in giving and receiving from the heart. Accordingly, for most of my life I’ve been preoccupied with two questions: What happens to disconnect us from our compassionate nature, leading us to behave violently or exploitatively? And conversely, what empowers some to stay connected to our compassionate nature even under the worst circumstances?

Marshall Rosenberg: Life-Serving Communication in Sacred Unions

By William Mark Stierle, Yogi Times (February 2005)

*Interview with Marshall B. Rosenberg, PhD.
Do you have Emotional Safety and Expression in your relationship? Imagine greater intimacy with your partner and ask them this question: “Tell me what you are most afraid to say?” The communication technique of Nonviolent Communication (NVC) developed by Dr. Marshall Rosenberg provides a way to communicate with our partners safely and peacefully.

Nonviolent Communication as an Evolutionary Imperative – The Inner View of Marshall Rosenberg

By Peter Moore, Alternatives Magazine (spring 2004)

*Interview with Marshall B. Rosenberg, PhD.
An in-depth, personal interview with international peacemaker and founder of the Center for Nonviolent Communication, Dr. Marshall Rosenberg.

The Traveling Peacemaker

The Inquiring Mind: A Semiannual Journal of the Vipassa Community (fall 2004) © Inquiring Mind (vol. 21, no. 1)

*Interview with Marshall B. Rosenberg, PhD.
Marshall Rosenberg, PhD., founder and director of education services for the Center for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC), is a traveling peacemaker. He visits about thirty-five countries every year to meet with people in places riddled with conflict, violence and suffering.