I think what I liked the best is that you had accepted him and loved him for who he was, before he told you he loved you. I think it shows your emotional maturity to have recognized his love for you without words. But of course, hearing him voice those words out loud was a wonderful feeling. German Shorthaired Pointer And she lived happily ever after poster. It really cemented your feelings for each other. It sounds like your dad was an incredibly smart man and you were both fortunate that his later years involved sharing his feelings. May he and your mom live in perpetual light. I’m sure he loved you very much even if he felt he didn’t show it. It makes me wonder if his dad was on the spectrum but never diagnosed because of the times.
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Entering college at twelve, categorization, lack of understanding emotion. I think it is so beautiful that he lived the last years of his life happy, growing as a father, hopefully without regret. German Shorthaired Pointer And she lived happily ever after poster. I am not a doctor but I wonder if your dad would have been diagnosed with Aspergers if he was in school now. Imagine a child of 12 in college now? We understand the social aspects of childhood so differently now. Anyway, he did the best he could and learned how to love because of you. This is awesome. Your words have really sent me on a mental trip through some of my complicated relationships. We all are wanting things to be neat and tidy and easy.