It's Dad's Fault-Supposedly-That Father's Day Is A Bummer

According to a psychologist, there’s a reason that people always wait until the last minute to shop for dad and that the gifts are usually duds.

The blame – according to this psychologist – falls squarely on dad’s shoulders.

Supposedly, people care about their dads. Supposedly, people appreciate all that fathers do. But, people are also – supposedly – stumped about how to celebrate Father’s Day because dads don’t offer enough hints and suggestions.

Because men tell everyone in their life that they don’t want anything for the holiday or “just want the kids to be happy” they’re missing out on all the good gifts that moms have become used to receiving. (Time)

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