Our expert says:
Pleased to hear you're feeling better.
Its not just genes, but if his fatehr was a very angry man, he grew up learning that anger was manly, and was what a man was supposed to do. And he probably saw no examples of a man handling situations WITHOUT getting angry. And maybe with Dad always getting angry and putting him down, he reacted by convincing himself that dad was wrong, and that he was always right. Some of us respond, as you are encouraging your daughter to do, by saying: "OK, that's nasty --- I WILL NOT behave like that, whatever the temptation " ; others respond by doing it themselves.
Brilliant decision --- go to the party and enjoy yourselves. If he doesnt want to go, that's up to him, but he mustnt assume this means you can't or wont't go, or that others will allow this to spoil their fun. GOod work !
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