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The anger issues go along with the brain damage. I wouldn't expect that there would be much that can be done.

I don't think he can control the anger. But he could control how he reacts to it.
I know WHY he's mad. Not only does he have the brain damage that makes him lose time but he is in pain a lot of time and he lost everything he had worked for with that wreck and had to move in with his parents at 30 years old. That has to cause bitterness.

Also, he has no friends, because he doesn't go out, so he feels isolated. He was doing well when he had that job. He could socialize and he wasn't as mad, but now he's back to angry-middle-aged-guy-living-with-his-mom.

I've suggested he volunteer at the hospital or something...just to get out and have people to talk to.
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