I think it's naive to imply that a class can help people
by bcbp (2012-12-14 16:55:51)
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  In reply to: Ok.  posted by LondonDomer



Who have actual anger problems that create harm to those around them, which is what you were suggesting in your initial post. So assume that the shooter today was so angry, it caused him to do what he did. He most likely had a physiological problem that no class could solve. He would require a level of treatment beyond what you described in your initial post. So when you say "anger management", that's really a misnomer, because it's beyond his control.


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