The Other Side of Anger: How Inuit Parents Teach Kids To Control Their Anger

"Oral storytelling is what's known as a human universal. For tens of thousands of years, it has been a key way that parents teach children about values and how to behave...The idea is to give the child experiences that will lead the child to develop rational thinking."

Fascinating article on how Inuit parents teach kids to control their anger through storytelling and play: How do you think this type of anger control might impact family law?

Picture credit: Jean Briggs Collection / American Philosophical Society

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