Chris Brown Would Rather Dance Than Hit From Now On

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Good news, people; even though Chris Brown sometimes has trouble remembering that he assaulted his ex-girlfriend Rihanna in the first place, he wants everybody to know that he's prepared to get counseling so he never does it again.

"I want to understand my feelings," the 20-year-old "Run It!" singer tells People magazine. "I want to find out what really transpired as far as me that night. Sometimes when you're young you don't know how to express [your emotions], so I think it actually would be helpful to talk to a counselor or to somebody who has an expertise in what those [feelings] are."

Brown, who was recently sentenced to five years probation and community labor in his home state of Virginia, adds that he doesn't believe he has an "anger problem." Even so, he figures, better safe than sorry.

"If I do [have an anger problem], I will work with my counselor and hopefully channel my anger into something like dancing," Brown says. "I don't think I would get that mad again. I want to be a man, so I have to be more responsible...I'd rather walk away."

Chances are, you're not the only one who would prefer it if you'd just walk away, Chris.

Readers, have your say in the comments section: Do you think Chris Brown has an anger problem and, if so, do you think he can overcome it with counseling?

 

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  • dmss22
    dmss22

    Ya ZZZ i think that you were a littler harsh there is was a bad mistake but her is getting help so he wouldn't do it again.

  • Teddy Bear
    Teddy Bear

    .ZZZ FROM YOUR COMMENT ABOUT CHRIS BROWN IT SEEM AS THOUGH SOMEONE HAVE BEATEN THE SUPER HELL OUT OF YOU AND THEREFORE YOU ARE STILL BITTER IT SOUND LIKE YOU NEED SOME SERIOUS COUNSELING.CHRIS BROWN HAVE MADE A MISTAKE AND HE IS GETTING HELP SO THAT'S A PLUS FOR HIM.I DONOT BELIEVE HE IS A BAD PERSON INSTEAD OF WISHING ANYTHING BAD ON HIM JUST PRAY FOR HIM.

  • kenza
    kenza

    He WAS NOT abusive any other time but this one.

  • Zzz
    Zzz

    It didn't happen just one time. He was abusive several times so of course he has an anger problem. If you are a counselor, I'm sorry for your clients because you obviously think that domestic violence is a forgivable offence. As someone who has been on the unfortunate end of an abusive relationship, I think they should lock him up for at least 5 years. After that he should have to go through intensive counseling solely to prevent him from victimizing other women. But no one should be HELPING him. Why the hell should anyone spend time and energy helping scumbags like him feel better about themselves?

  • abc
    abc

    The first step is probably ADMITTING that he has a problem.

  • nori
    nori

    I am a counselor and keeping in mind he has never been in a situation like this, I don't think he has an anger problem.....he just couldn't control his rage that night. With some counseling he should be able to control his rage better next time and I believe he will because he appears to be sorry.