Feelings: Everybody has 'em. Even superheroes.
As his young son grew older, a deep-rooted concern began nagging at Keith Negley — an anxiety many parents can probably relate to.
When something would embarrass or upset Negley's son, Parker — on the playground or the soccer field, for instance — Parker would grapple with how to show his feelings.
Sometimes, his emotions would manifest as anger or hostility. Other times, "he'd just shut down altogether," Negley explained to Upworthy.