But MR is the one that wanted him there Dylan didnt have a choice.
Dad needed to find things to do that Dylan might enjoy doing WITH him.
This might be where fishing pole comes in...IM worried Dylan didnt want the pole and did not want to go fishing with dad and that might have caused
an argument along with having more interest with his cell phone than dad.
I agree. As a family therapist, I find the family dynamics interesting. Dad's lifestyle and interests may have been very different from Dylan's. Dylan was also 13, an age when his interests would have changed from things he liked when younger.
From what I've read, dad and Dylan may not have spent much time together before Dylan moved.
Also, dad's perspective may be that they spent a lot of time together, but if we documented the actual time spent together, it may not have been that much.
I just can't see the fishing as something Dylan really wanted to do. I keep feeling this was dads interest, not Dylan's. Dylan may have enjoyed it when younger, but may have been more interested in technology now. I have a 13 year old and he would drive me crazy separated from his phone for a few hours.
My feeling is dad wanted Dylan to enjoy fishing and same things he liked, but Dylan did not. This probably created conflict that may have been physical.
I don't think Dylan was abducted.
I don't think Dylan ran away.
This is MOO