It’s not me, but I think it must be

As a father I internalize my family’s problems, big or small. I make them my own, at times to the frustration of my son, who says I make it about me. Or to my wife who says I don’t listen I just want to fix everything. My daughter exclaims I just don’t get it when I try and help her, she might be the closest to accurate. My youngest thinks I can fix everything, figuratively and literally, he’s the furthest off from the truth.