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A healthy relationship requires many things – understanding, trust, compromise, honesty, compassion, and respect, among others. Nonviolent communication or compassionate communication is a key ingredient of healthy relationships. Founded by Clinical Psychologist Marshall B. Rosenberg – nonviolent communication constitutes of skills that can be applied to language and thought – fostering respect and shifting thinking patterns that lead to blame, shame, judgement, and depression. It is also the healthiest way to resolve conflict and create self-acceptance and harmony. There are four steps to nonviolent communication: