Key facts about NVC Retrieved March 29, 2018 from http://nonviolentcommunication.com/pdf_files/key_facts_nvc.pdf
The Feels [google movie listing]
This movie must have been written by therapists who wanted to model positive communication skills, a process of acceptance, loss/grief, betrayal, and many other common relationship and life themes.
Great Designs [Netflix]
Watch this episode to see a couple navigate their differences with great communication and a lot of acceptance for each others' individuality.
Grace and Frankie: S4: E2, The Scavengender Hunt [Netflix]
18m-22m, Grace and Frankie have a heart to heart
22m-24m45s, Frankie confronts her partner, Jacob, to let him know she wants to move away from their home together in Santa Fe; they navigate difficult feelings without diminishing each other's perspectives or feelings
*side note, this show also models a lot of other issues relevant to LGBTQ+ folks, multi-racial families, non-normative relationships (including
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4 Part NVC Process [Printable]
Created by Marshall B. Rosenberg. Retrieved March 29, 2018 at
Consent Issues in Action
[Netflix Original series]
Watch: 9m50s -- 10m30s
This couple demonstrate some interesting consent collisions... what happened here for each of them? How can this couple more actively seek consent in their relationship?
Ted tries to woo his dermatologist, Stella. Pursuits fail as she sets professional/personal boundaries (for a while). Lots of gender role stuff here, lots of "persistence pays off" messaging. For her part, Stella sends mixed signals.
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