Chris, you’ve made such big strides stopping your violent ways — now you just need to work on your misogynistic language and you will be a changed man!
Chris Brown, I am very proud of you for not resorting to violence last night in your entourage’s bar fight with Drake and his entourage. Most reports are claiming that his people initiated the fight, and your rep says you, Karrueche and your friends were the “victims of a brutal attack.” Experts agree that your resistance against taking part in this altercation shows how much you have changed and matured.
Dr. Gilda Carle, the 30-second therapist for Today.com, says that your staying out of the fight shows “a phenomenal improvement,” She adds that you are “growing out” of your “instant anger problem.” She even says this is great for your career and romantic life! “When you grow in one area, you grow in all the other areas as well. He’s seeing the world differently, that he doesn’t have to be provoked by everyone who gives him a dirty look,” explains Dr. Gilda.
Dr. Jeffrey Gardere, chief contributor to HealthGuru.com, agrees, saying that it seems like you are “in a better place” and that your “anger management has been working.”
Chris, I think it is so wonderful that you are learning how to control your temper. It is unfortunate that this incident occurred, but it shows great self-restraint on your part. I don’t in any way condone what you did to Rihanna, but I do believe that everyone deserves a second chance and I think you are growing up and maturing in a way that should make people forgive you and realize you have changed.
However, you need to improve the way you speak about women. Calling someone “a girl” for throwing a bottle is derogatory toward women, and an unnecessary insult. Of course you are upset that you were hurt, but there are better ways to channel your language than using misogynistic terms.
Dr. Carole Lieberman, M.D., celebrity psychiatrist, and author of Bad Boys: Why We Love Them, How To Live With Them, And When To Leave Them, says you need to continue working on your issues. “I’m not convinced that he’s completely gotten a handle on his anger problems.Someone needs to be in intensive psychotherapy for years to get to the root of the problem,” she explains.
Chris, I think you are doing a wonderful job at becoming a better person, but remember — it is a constant process! While staying out of the fight physically was commendable, next time you are confronted by someone you can strive to not respond at all, instead of replying verbally like you reportedly did yesterday. Take everything one step at a time and you will continue to mature and grow in your life, career, and love life.
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Watch the video of Chris Brown’s blood soaked car after Chris reportedly got into a scuffle with Drake.