The discussion was about why we need to blame someone when things go wrong. The discussion was about where we learned blame. Of the ten people in the circle, eight of ten said that it was learned from their parents. The parents blamed each other – they said things like "it is your fault". Two of the ten said they learned to blame from teachers in school.
This seems to indicate that the act of blaming someone is a learned behavior. What can be learned, can also be unlearned. This does not mean that one should take responsibility for another's action; it means that one can take empowerment by accepting the role to fix the issue.