Jason and his wife, Sara, have been separated since late 2021. Sara claims that Jason has an uncontrollable temper and has been verbally and physically abusive toward her for years. Jason admits it and claims that violence and aggression are all he knows. “If somebody even looks at me the wrong way, I snap,” he says. Jason says that when he feels disrespected, he doesn’t care where he is or who the person is; he will use his hands to resolve the conflict. He says, “To get me to calm down, it’s just basically you’ve got to let me go until it’s done.” Jason claims that he has been this way since childhood. When Dr. Phil asks Jason to list his five happiest memories while growing up, how does Jason respond? Watch the video above to find out. Part one of this two-part episode of Dr. Phil, ‘“My Husband Can’t Control His Violent Temper’,” airs Tuesday. And in Wednesday's conclusion, ”’Dangerous Love: A Couple’s Big Decision’,” Jason says he will do whatever it takes to change his behavior, but how far is he willing to go? Dr. Phil airs Monday – Friday. Check your local listing to find out where to watch. WATCH: Could A Man Who Claims He Doesn’t Remember Abusing His Wife Be Experiencing Blackout Rage? TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Conflict so big it needs a Dr. Phil solution?