‘I’m Very Self-Aware. I Just Don’t Know What To Do About It,’ Says Man Accused Of Raging At His Wife

“I think there’s something wrong with my brain,” says Brenden, a former Marine who is accused of raging at his wife. He admits his anger can get out-of-control, and claims it stems from overwhelming anxiety. Brenden says his anxiety started in childhood and got worse when he was in the Marines. He says he’s seen multiple doctors about the issue, but so far, nothing has paid off. “I’m very self-aware. I just don’t know what to do about it or how to stop it,” he says in the video above. When Dr. Phil says, “I’m not here to judge you; I’m here to help you,” how does Brenden respond? And later, Brenden says he’s tried everything short of getting a brain scan to get to the root cause of his overwhelming anxiety and rage. Find out what happens when he pays a visit to internationally recognized Neuroradiologist Dr. Bradley Jabour, CEO and Chief of Radiology at Medical Imaging Center of Southern California. This episode of Dr. Phil, “’ My Husband Rages’,” airs Tuesday. Check your local listing to find out where to watch. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: "Dr. Phil, please solve our conflict!"