Our expert says:
Sounds like he may have made a good beginning, but still has some way to go in his personal therapy / counselling as regards dealing with his anger. But it also sounds as though it would be a good idea for you to see your own therapist / counsellor, to work on learning how to handle these episodes. But this is NOT to be seen as lessons in how to walk on egg-shells -- it should be about dealing with the broad range of your difficulties in this relationship, and devising the best way to handle his temper tantrums. And to examine in detail the choices you feel you could / should offer him, and their consequences for you and the children. With either option, you'd need to be sure you had worked out the best way to handle problematic him.
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