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Getting Past the Pain Between Us: Healing and Reconciliation Without Compromise (Nonviolent Communication Guides) by Marshall B. Rosenberg
The Heart of Social Change: How to Make a Difference in Your World (Nonviolent Communication Guides) by Marshall B. Rosenberg PhD

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Recommendations

  1. Nonviolent Communication Companion Workbook: A Practical Guide for Individual, Group or Classroom Study (Nonviolent Communication Guides) by Lucy Leu (2001)
  2. We Can Work It Out: Resolving Conflicts Peacefully and Powerfully (Nonviolent Communication Guides) by Marshall B. Rosenberg PhD (2003)
  3. What's Making You Angry?: 10 Steps to Transforming Anger So Everyone Wins (Nonviolent Communication Guides) by Shari Klein (2005)
  4. Speak Peace in a World of Conflict: What You Say Next Will Change Your World by Marshall B. Rosenberg PhD (2005)
  5. Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life by Marshall B. Rosenberg (1998)
  6. Practical Spirituality: The Spiritual Basis of Nonviolent Communication (Nonviolent Communication Guides) by Marshall B. Rosenberg PhD (2004)
  7. Life-Enriching Education: Nonviolent Communication Helps Schools Improve Performance, Reduce Conflict, and Enhance Relationships by Marshall B. Rosenberg (2003)
  8. The Little Book Of Conflict Transformation (The Little Books of Justice and Peacebuilding Series) by John Paul Lederach (2003)
  9. Don't Be Nice, Be Real: Balancing Passion for Self With Compassion for Others by Kelly Bryson (2002)
  10. The Compassionate Classroom: Relationship Based Teaching and Learning by Sura Hart (2003)
  11. Connecting Across Differences: A Guide to Compassionate, Nonviolent Communication by Jane Marantz Connor (2004)
  12. Peace Skills: Manual for Community Mediators by Ronald S. Kraybill (2001)
  13. Raising Children Compassionately: Parenting the Nonviolent Communication Way (Nonviolent Communication Guides) by Marshall B. Rosenberg (2003)
  14. Parenting From Your Heart: Sharing the Gifts of Compassion, Connection, and Choice (Nonviolent Communication Guides) by Inbal Kashtan (2004)
  15. The No-Fault Classroom: Tools to Resolve Conflict & Foster Relationship Intelligence by Sura Hart (2008)

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