Quotes from Marshall Rosenberg Retrieved March 29, 2018 from http://nonviolentcommunication.com/pdf_files/Marshall_Rosenberg_NVC_Quotes_for_Social_Media_Use.pdf
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
((MORE TO COME!))
4 Part NVC Process [Printable]
Created by Marshall B. Rosenberg. Retrieved March 29, 2018 at
A small collection of helpful communication cheat sheets, summaries, guidelines, etc. [Pinterest]
Consent Issues in Action
Love; Season 1: Episode 7, Magic
[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?
How I Met Your Mother; Season 3: Episode 13, Ten Sessions
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.
Also, see these on youtube:
How I Met Your Mother | Britney Spears AKA Abby The Receptionist | Part 1