'I regretted it when I saw her in pain': Abusive husband learns to manage anger after rehabilitation

Ryan realised that he needed help and he joined the Brotherhood programme in 2019 for men who are violent to family members. PHOTO: THE NEW PAPER
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SINGAPORE - Ryan, a 32-year-old pest control worker, would get angry with wife over "little, little things" and sometimes, used his fists to show his displeasure.

His first marriage, which was mired in violence and financial woes, ended. He married again, and his second wife was not spared the violence.

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