Stuck in Neutral by Terry Trueman

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In "Stuck in Neutral," is Shawn's father suffering more for himself or Shawn?

In "Stuck in Neutral," is Shawn's father suffering more for himself or Shawn?

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Shawn's father definitely feels sorry for himself, although he does feel horribly that his son is suffering within himself. He is selfish and is more concerned about his own feelings and reactions than being there for his son or he wouldn't have left.  He leaves his son and the rest of his family...

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