Chris Brown seems to be in a better state now, so the famous singer decided to give some advice on how to control anger to Ray Rice. The 25 year old singer has been involved in a domestic violence case, linked to the abuse on his then girlfriend Rihanna.
Chris Brown actually was convicted for physically assaulting Rihanna, back in 2009, when the two stars were dating. Brown was recently asked what advice he would give to Ray Rice, the famous player of Baltimore Ravens. The star has been involved in a domestic violence scandal, too. In fact, earlier this week, TMZ posted a video of Rice knocking his wife Janay Rice unconscious in an elevator.
Brown seems to have understood that he needs to control his anger. “To Ray, or anybody else — because I’m not better than the next man — I can just say I’ve been down that road. I deal with situations and I’ve made my mistakes too, but it’s all about how you push forward and how you control yourself,” the singer said according to MTV. And it has surely not been simple for Brown to learn how to control himself.
“I think it’s all about the choices you make,” the famous singer continued to explain. “With me, I deal with a lot of anger issues from my past — not knowing how to express myself verbally and at the same time not knowing how to cope with my emotions and deal with them and understand what they are,” Brown added.
The singer also revealed that he still gets help in learning how to control his anger. So, Brown revealed that he still talks to his therapist, no less than twice a week. The singer went on to explain that he made this choice because it helps a lot to just talk to someone about his issues.
“For me, dealing with my anger issues and understanding myself and the life I’ve been through, where I’m headed and where I want to be has helped me focus on what’s really important and not F up,” Brown concluded. The singer also said that every individual who has suffered from this problem knows that it is all about the choices made and the way you manage to control your anger.