TONE When it comes to conversation, it’s not just what we say but how we say it that matters. Our intonation can often be more reflective of our true intentions than the words we utter. This story is from Kinfolk Issue Sixteen Buy Now Related Stories Arts & Culture Issue 45 Words Unheard On the pitfalls of pronunciation. Arts & Culture Issue 42 The Language of Home How weird words forge new friendships. Arts & Culture Issue 39 Parental Control Teenagers are now discovering the digital footprint created for them by their parents. Tom Faber considers the dos and don’ts of “sharenting.” Arts & Culture Issue 39 Who’s Laughing Now? Stephanie d’Arc Taylor charts the decline of the late-night comedy format and considers the alternatives. Arts & Culture Issue 29 The Evolution of Self-Care How did the conversation about self-care shift from society's radical margins into the indulgences of an individualized mainstream? Arts & Culture Issue 27 Jamieson Webster A conversation with a New York psychoanalyst.