Our expert says:
It always seems to me such a contradiction of Christianity, indeed of any major religion, when a small sect of the brimstone variety is so hostile towards others of any religion, including Christianity, nominally their own broad faith. That must be difficult for you. I understand, too, your nervousness about his temper tantrums, and although they can respond to treatment, both CBT and medication, of course this would require him to fully recognize that he has a problem and to sincerely want such expert help with it. Interesting that his father and broher apparently behave similarly --- could mean that its primarily a learned response ( which is good news, as that can be unlearned ) rather than something physically inherited.
I can't really advise you about how to steer him towards accepting help with this, as so much depends on how he is between tantrums, and what his actual attitude is towards his own tantrums and towards the idea of treatment
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