What we're about

Due to SARS-CoV-2, which causes the disease CoVID-19 (aka coronavirus), we are cancelling all in-person NVC Practice Group meetings until further notice.

Some groups may choose to hold sessions online by video conference. Please refer to the specific event for the details and instructions. Thanks for your understanding and please exercise prudence in keeping yourself, and our community, as safe as possible.

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We are a diverse, inclusive group of NVC teachers, students, supporters, and friends located in the Triangle Area of North Carolina, U.S.A. We have some additional information about our group on http://www.trinvc.org/ .

Our Intention: To support each other in connecting compassionately through the practice of NVC.

What is NVC? It stands for Non-Violent Communication, as inspired by the work and lives of MLK, Jr and Ghandi, but developed by Marshall Rosenberg, Ph.D.

There is a lot on the web and on Youtube to orient you if you are interested, especially some great videos of Marshall describing or engaging in the NVC process.

From the http://cnvc.org website:

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NVC begins by assuming that we are all compassionate by nature and that violent strategies—whether verbal or physical—are learned behaviors taught and supported by the prevailing culture. NVC also assumes that we all share the same, basic human needs, and that each of our actions are a strategy to meet one or more of these needs.

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NVC attempts to answer the question of how we can stay connected within our own integrity while reaching out and finding ways to connect with everyone's needs, hopefully resulting in strategies that bring the most peace, the most harmony, and the most authenticity.

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Donations (completely optional)

We appreciate your donations if you wish to support the work of TriNVC in the Triangle community. TriNVC is an all-volunteer community. We are not, however, a non-profit; therefore, your donation is NOT tax-deductible. Your donation helps us to provide services like our presence on Meetup.com, our website, and possibly other options in the future, or enhancements to existing resources. Your donation means a lot to us. Thank you!

To donate, please send your contribution on PayPal to donate@trinvc.org .

Upcoming events (5)

NVC Practice Session

Online event

A group practice session for Non Violent Communication. In this session we will be discussion Key Distinctions in NVC.

Hillsborough NVC Practice Group

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Due to the growing spread of coronavirus / COVID-19 in North Carolina, UNC Health announced today that it is enacting stricter restrictions for visitors, vendors, volunteers and students at its facilities across the state, including outpatient facilities and clinics.. Community events, activities and meetings hosted at UNC Health facilities are canceled until further notice. HBT 10011 Training Room Directions: Come through main lobby; turn right at the gift shop; another right into the Administration hallway. Go past 2 sets of brown doubles doors, make a left, then right. The training room HBT 10011 is the first door on the right.

Practice NVC in Raleigh (2nd Sunday)

Unity of the Triangle

Let's get together and practice non-violent communication in Raleigh, NC. We will be in the “green room.” This is inside of the sanctuary, at the front, to the right of the stage. The sanctuary is just to the left as you enter the building.

Hillsborough NVC Practice Group

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Due to the growing spread of coronavirus / COVID-19 in North Carolina, UNC Health announced today that it is enacting stricter restrictions for visitors, vendors, volunteers and students at its facilities across the state, including outpatient facilities and clinics.. Community events, activities and meetings hosted at UNC Health facilities are canceled until further notice. HBT 10011 Training Room Directions: Come through main lobby; turn right at the gift shop; another right into the Administration hallway. Go past 2 sets of brown doubles doors, make a left, then right. The training room HBT 10011 is the first door on the right.

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Hillsborough NVC Practice Group

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