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Parent's terrible response to son's disappointment

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I had to watch this in segments due to the rage that came up. So much is wrong here. The father expects the son to handle the news without any emotion, even though the father has already had time to process it on his own. The son is just left isolated there without any warmth, only cold disgust from the parent. I can only assume that the father's dismissive reaction is due to the son bringing up unresolved issues around the child that the father doesn't want to deal with (maybe he didn't want a fourth child either). On top of that the father hopes to make money off the video.
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the father seems like a asshole for saying he was disappointed and did not want a girl. what is going on in this household?

the whole concept of wanting a boy or a girl and being disappointed seems like a horrible issue.

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