Don't Be Nice, Be Real: Balancing Passion for Self with Compassion for Others
"Don't Be Nice, Be Real" aims to take a light approach to a serious topic. It teaches the mechanics of Nonviolent Compassionate Communication to cure "Niceitis". The author uses real-life, often rough, situations to show that nonviolent communication really works.
This book attempts to go beyond culturally conditioned niceness in providing tools for the kind of honesty that is clear, conscious, self-responsible, and non-judgmental.
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Table of Contents/ List of Topics Covered:
- Don’t Pay the Price of Being Nice
- Perfecting Your Selfishness
- Feeding Your Attention Hog
- Filling the Hole in the Soul
- The Duty Giver
- Confessions of a Cling-on
- Do You Want to Be Right or Have Meaningful Relationships?
- Healing the Blame that Blinds
- From Fighting Fair to Fun Fighting
- The Ecstasy of Empathy
- The Danger of Deserve
- The Myth of Motivation
- Compassion Under Fire – Hot Talk in Hot Spots
- Becoming a Non-Rushin’ Unorthodox
- Beware of Nice Therapists
- Our Culture Doesn’t Work Anymore
- Creating the New Culture
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