Lessons from Aretha Franklin

The Garden Island
October 8, 2012

In life, one of the most basic human needs is to be respected. In developing non-verbal communication, the Center for Nonviolent Communication emphasizes that “in mediation cases both sides can usually get more of what they want when they are willing to respect themselves and the other side.”

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