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In the Spotlight
In the Spotlight: Love

This month, we appropriately put the spotlight on Love. What happens once you are in a relationship but still need to express the way you feel? Shantigarbha Warren offers some NVC Life Hacks on how NVC can help set the mood with your loved ones.


Kelly Bryson uses humor, stories, and practical ideas to help couples Love Without Conditions, Control, or Coercion, while Dian Killian talks about A Thousand Ways to Say, “I Love You”.


LaShelle Lowe-Chardé explores how to Find Agency With “Falling Out of Love” and Yvette Erasmus discusses Setting Loving Boundaries. 

Falling in love is quite an experience, especially when it comes to that moment of saying 'I love you'. So what happens once you're in a relationship but still need to express the way you feel? Sometimes people feel like just saying 'I love you' is too impersonal or unspecific. So in this Life Hack, we give you some tips on how Nonviolent Communication can help set the mood with your loved ones.


In this prerecorded telecourse, Kelly uses humor, stories and practical ideas to help spouses, lovers, friends and parents discover how freedom and autonomy are the basis for all healthy relationships.


The impulse to say "I love you" is an opportunity to check-in both with our level of presence (eg. are we saying it by rote?) and also with what we really mean in that moment (eg. what are the needs and real purpose deep beneath the word "love"?).  This can invite us to explore a deeper, more heartfelt way of communicating and being...


"Falling out of love" is a misleading concept that can lead to feelings of helplessness in relationships. The initial intense phase of love gradually gives way to the need for intentional effort and communication. Unrealistic relationship expectations can erode connection, causing the perception of falling out of love. To address this, we can ask key questions and seek clarity to attend to unmet needs and maintain a healthy connection.


The purpose of boundaries is to prevent harm to yourself and others. You decide what you are available for and what you are not. Boundaries are a clear expression of limits that keep your heart open no matter what.