A Kids Eye-View of Speaking Compassion DVD

Empathy Magic A Kids Eye-View of Speaking Compassion DVD Two teenage brothers who grew up in a "Giraffe Family" demonstrate the NVC dance with a parent-child role-play, identifying each others' needs behind the belief that children "should" do chores before going out to play and arrive at a mutually agreeable strategy. 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
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A Kids Eye-View of Speaking Compassion DVD

USD $20.00
A Kids Eye-View of Speaking Compassion DVD
A Kids Eye-View of Speaking Compassion DVD

A Kids Eye-View of Speaking Compassion DVD

USD $20.00
Two teenage brothers who grew up in a "Giraffe Family" demonstrate the NVC dance with a parent-child role-play, identifying each others' needs behind the belief that children "should" do chores before going out to play and arrive at a mutually agreeable strategy.
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Two teenage brothers who grew up in a “Giraffe Family” demonstrate the NVC dance with a parent-child role-play, identifying each others’ needs behind the belief that children “should” do chores before going out to play and arrive at a mutually agreeable strategy. They help integrate the whole NVC process to poignant clarity by using the amazingly insightful visual, “The Tube of Communication.” Later using Empathic Listening, they resolve a real-life brotherly conflict about “needs for order” within the sharing of one bedroom. In a potpourri of skits, we also see children ages 2-14 needing empathy and watch how they work things out with the help of a teenage mentor using Empathic Listening and Expressing Honestly.

This DVD came about as a special request from Marshall Rosenberg, asking us to show kids helping other kids with NVC. For that reason, there are no grown-ups in the whole process. Marshall himself had the final say in the wording and design of the skits. The choice of inviting NVC-familiar brothers came about from parents frequently asking if we knew of any kids who had grown up in a Giraffe family.)