Quarantining is hard - but there are some heartwarming stories to come out of it. One dad's openness and acceptance of his son's relationship has gone viral this week - and the story is adorable.
One dad shared his story on Reddit.
via: RedditAnd it's warmed the internet's hearts.
It concerned his son.
via: RedditWho had headed home during the quarantine.
He explained the backstory.
via: RedditWhich was pretty heartwrenching.
Their story has been a rollercoaster.
via: RedditBut dad and son are on great terms now.
And his pride is clear.
via: RedditWe're not crying, you're crying.
The pair have been further apart recently.
via: RedditA natural progression in any parent and child relationship.
There's just one thing.
via: RedditThe dad fears his son isn't been 100% honest.
So with the current unprecedented situation...
via: RedditThings have sort of come to a head.
The father's suspicions seem to be correct.
via: RedditAnd great news! He's totally cool with it.
He explains why he thinks this.
via: RedditAnd it's rather compelling.
Pretty hard to deny!
via: RedditWhat a cool dad.
But what was his best course of action?
via: RedditThe dad was desperate to know!
Many responded to the post.
via: RedditSome shared their own personal experiences.
Many had been through similar things.
via: RedditAnd offered some really cute suggestions.
Many offered compliments to the dad.
via: RedditHe truly is a great example.
But everyone was sure of one thing.
via: RedditTelling the son was paramount.
The dad came back with an update.
via: RedditWe were all on tenterhooks!
He'd been overwhelmed with support.
via: RedditHey, sometimes the internet isn't so bad!
He decided to broach the subject.
via: RedditAfter the advice given by all those Redditors.
Turns out, the dad was right.
via: RedditWhat an intuitive father!
The son was obviously relieved.
via: RedditIt's always better to have things out in the open.
Although maybe he wasn't that intuitive ...
via: RedditThis is pretty hilarious ...
The son explained the situation.
via: RedditIt's such a shame not all parents are so supportive and understanding.
And although the ending was a little low-key ...
via: RedditIt was a happy one - which, in this current climate, is more valuable than ever.
Oh, and, obviously the responses were perfect.
This dad is a hero.
via: RedditWhat an amazing example!
Some shared their stories.
via: RedditThis is so pure.
People were so happy.
via: RedditIt's so good to see some positivity!
This pretty much sums it up.
via: RedditToo cute for words.