SRL 19: Who is to Blame?

When there's a conflict or when one child gets mad at another kid, we're very careful to make sure our kids take responsibility for their actions. And we usually try to figure out who is to blame for the upset.

But is it possible that no one is to blame? Or that the behavior in question is just one small piece of the puzzle?

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