when i was 11 years old i met a guy named stephan while living in texas. we became friends and dated for a couple months before i came to find he was a very violent person. while i was dating him though, he had a brother named vincent whom i became best friends with. i moved back to florida a little later but vince and i still stayed in contact. we would visit each other every summer and he was the only person i could count on for anything. last summer i got a call from one of vince's close friends telling me that he had been killed by his brother stephan. dealing with his loss was very hard for me and i tried many methods for controlling the anger i had towards everyone (i.e. psychiatrist, workbooks, meditation, prescription drugs, etc) but nothing has worked so far. the only thing all those methods have done is preventing me from getting into a lot of fist fights. if anyone has any advice or suggestions as to how i should go about dealing with my anger it would be greatly appreciated.
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