Age group: 12-18 yearsLocation: Rickert ResidenceName: Boy D age 14Time: 2:30-2:45Boy D comes to his father and shows his broken phone. He explains that he has problems in school and that some kids bully him and his little brother. He proceeds to explain the details of the situation. However, he says that the broken phone is not related to that. His father asks him and his siblings to help in the yard. While his older brother and father are working, Boy D stands next them watching. When father asks to bring a tool, Boy D does not volunteer. He remains standing without moving much. He seems to be interested in what his father is doing but shy to participate. He spends several minutes just rocking from side to side. His father asks him what kind of bed he wants; Boy D replies “Ummmm,” so his father lists options. Even with options, he could not decide what he wants. Time: 2:45-3:00His father asks who shot the airsoft gun inside the house. After several seconds, Boy D confessesthat it was him. He says, “It might have been me.” Father repeats Boy D’s words with a question at the end. Boy D replies, “It was me.” Then father asks if he would do it again. Boy D says “no.” His older brother jokes saying “You should say no, but maybe yes.” Boy D repeats what his brother said. Father shows discontent and remarks that it must be “No, dad.” So Boy D repeats his fathers’ words and goes inside the house looking guilty. He goes to his rooms and shows that he wants to stay there.