Nothing wrong whatsoever with a father and son relationship that's more hands-on. If we can hug and comfort them when they're a toddler, we can hug and comfort them when they're thirty! They are always your child even if they're an adult.
Well honestly, I would have grabbed a good brand and the cheap brand and give him 2 options. Because the worker grabbed the Dora one, of course he flipped out! I would say, I brought you 2 different kinds of Vitamin D, this one is best and this one is cheaper. I know the cheaper one has Dora on it but why care when it's on sale!
This is SO important to realize. Humans need emotional support and way too often men get it from their wives while giving barely any in return. Thus forcing her to go seek it elsewhere. And then men are jealous or start ridiculing these support systems because they don't recognize what's going on. This is all a consequence of toxic masculinity, as we can see that gay men, who're already breaking this toxic heteronormative mold, often don't have this problem.
Most people who have died find themselves in realities that are in ways similar to their past physical surroundings. This occurs because we have a strong tendency to gravitate toward what is comfortable & familiar to us. When we accept any limitation as a reality, that mind-set continues after death. The more we embrace & experience our multidimensional nature, the greater is our spiritual freedom both now & after death ~ by William Buhlman