VOTE for NVC in our schools

February 10, 2010 at 5:14 pm Leave a comment

You know how much i believe in Compassionate Communication.  How wonderful would it be if our schools became centers for compassionate communication nationwide?  I believe school shootings and violence would go down, because the students would be empowered with these new tools for solving their problems.  I believe teachers would be able to communicate their concerns with parents and administrators with more clarity and would be more likely to get their needs met.  I believe teachers would be able to teach with greater ease once they had addressed the needs of their students and shown how much they care.  I truly believe that this shift in our kids and education system would filter out into our homes and communities.  Parents would find their kids more respectful and empowered to connect first and make requests second.  Employers would be impressed with the maturity their NVC educated youth exemplify.  Every person trained in this way of thinking would be 100 times more adept at handling conflict in their everyday life.  This benefits us all. 

Please take 5 seconds to place your vote.  The top ten ideas will be reviewed by the White House.  This is a chance to make a real difference in the betterment of our communities and world.

Vote here: http://www.change.org/ideas/view/nonviolent_communication_be_taught_in_schools

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