Chrissy Gail Greene Proves “Anger Management” Classes Are a Scam

Chrissy Greene Psycho

We all know some cretin who uses some pop-culture psycho-babble to explain away their douchebaggery. Your pot-smoking basement dweller friend says he has “Aspergers syndrome” so they can’t find a job or thank you for the $40 you loaned them or the unpleasant, fat woman at your job suffers “low self-esteem” which can only be treated with addicting prescription drugs and you embracing adipositivity.

Of course anyone of moderate intelligence who has run into these types of people know almost immediately that the real problems all of them have is lack of morals, lack of character and often enough drug o alcohol problems. This is usually combined with laziness and a sense of entitlement which work hand in hand ensure the person never takes responsibility of their own life or problems.

Unfortunately we live in a culture that not only encourages this sort nonsense, but institutionalizes it. We send addicts and drunks to rehab instead of jail, we medicate children instead of disciplining them and we send people who need their asses kicked to anger management classes. This brings me to Chrissy Gail Greene.

This slattern is 30-years-old and was sentenced to anger management classes after a domestic violence charge on or about April 30th. Now just a few short weeks later Chrissy is in trouble again for a brutal and vicious attack on her ex-husband. From WSPA:

The arrest warrant says Green struck the victim in the head with a hammer and in the body with a metal tricycle and threatened to shoot him.

Greene and her brother went to the victim’s home in Inman around 8:00pm. on April 20 with her brother according to the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office incident report. Greene was intoxicated according to the report.

The victim says after being attacked by his estranged wife, she began to smash windows and doors at the home. The front storm door “had been shattered” according to the deputy.

A witness says Greene drove away from the scene with her brother, who “tried to stop Chrissy from attacking” the victim.

If she has an “anger management problem” why was the brother driving her to her ex-husband’s house while she was drunk? And why the getaway? It sounds to me more like Chrissy and her rotten brother are a couple of pieces of trash who run around causing trouble because they think nothing will happen to them. Nowadays there is some fancy term for it I’m sure, but my Grandmother used to call this a matter of “no home training” which was a euphemism for a child who was spoiled and never spanked. I’m not a spanking advocate, but in this cases it’s clear that this person has never experienced consequences for her attacks on others that would make her re-think roughing up people. A spanking as a child may have helped in that respect.

Anger management classes will not.

I will bet you good money that Chrissy and her clan of Jerry Springer guests can control their anger just fine when someone gets ready to lay a heavy hand on them. A person with an anger management problem used to be called a bully and though the terms may change the prescription for them remains the same. The lady friend of her ex should have pepper sprayed her then laid the boots on her until the cops came. I bet you after that Chrissy Gail Greene’s anger management problem would magically disappear, at least in regards to the couple she’s currently targeting.

People treat you the way you let them treat you, and the Chrissy Gail Greenes of the world can’t be cured by therapy because they aren’t sick. They’re just degenerates and should be treated like the animals they tend to act like. Let’s put her in a cage where she belongs, and stop pretending we can fix folks who are just bad people.

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11 Responses to “Chrissy Gail Greene Proves “Anger Management” Classes Are a Scam”

  1. Jennifer on May 8th, 2010 9:15 am

    First things first I would like to know if you know this person? How do you know the life she has had? I’m not excusing this womans behavior at all, but I’m also not going to judge her either. You also seem to be very negative about the severity of the illnesses that you listed above, but have you yourself researched these or acually known someone to have any of the above and watch them suffer from these illnesses? I myself have struggled as an adult; I was raised with morals, to be respectful and was disciplined with spankings and knew the difference between right and wrong, but still struggled as a young child growing to an adult and chose to do things that went against my morals and beliefs. That doesnt make me a bad person. I suffer from several illnesses and today I am being treated for them without prescription drugs. I still battle and sruggle with the illnesses but with education and support from family I have some relief today.I would also like to note that I did not choose to have these illnesses. I am so grateful for the fact that Mr. Taylor has never had to go through or suffer from any of these. And because he hasn’t, don’t judge: The only one that get’s to judge is GOD and as far as I know you are not him. We need to work as a community and provide more education and willing to help these people not condemn them.

  2. Rob Taylor on May 8th, 2010 12:51 pm

    Wait, you’re saying your not going to judge a person who was arrested for domestic violence then within weeks of that arrest got drunk and assaulted this dude with weapons? You’re saying you just can’t bring yourself to judge someone who hit a man with a hammer, something that could KILL him?

    What’s wrong with you? If only God can judge maybe we should let the rapists and pedophiles out of prison. If only God can judge why arrest robbers and thieves?

    Society only works when people do judge others. Men should use their judgment to shun a women who is known to be violent. Women should use their judgment to avoid wife beaters. Not judging anyone isn’t enlightened, it’s fetishizing victimization.

  3. Jennifer on May 8th, 2010 1:43 pm

    Wow!! I NEVER said that she shouldn’t suffer any consequences. What I said was you or myself don’t have any right to judge her. I truly believe if you do the crime you should do the time. And it’s not up to society do judge and sentence anyone, that is why we have a judicial system in place. I do also want to say I’m not perfect and have judged and still do, but I know from experience that when I’m judging someone else I’m taking the focus off myself. What is really going on?! Grateful for another day!

  4. Rob Taylor on May 8th, 2010 1:57 pm

    But for your own personal safety you have to judge others no? If you’re a single mother dating you can’t decide to “not judge” a man who beat his wife or one who is on the sex offender registry for example.

    You’re ceding your responsibility to keep yourself safe by hiding behind a complete misunderstanding of Judeo-Christian morality. Society does have the right to judge, and even in Christian myth God visits punishments on society for NOT judging others (think of Sodom and Gomorrah)so God, if you’re a Christian, does in fact demand that you judge others and publicly denounce evil.

    But this is religion, let’s talk simple culture. Why do you think the Judiciary has a special right you don’t to make moral judgments? The idea that government workers are smarter than you and thus should make moral decisions for you is Sovietism. And Sovietism led to crime rates that make New York look like Disneyworld.

    My argument is two fold and very simple. One is that people treat you the way you let them treat you. If people allow this criminal to hit them, she will escalate and eventually she’ll kill someone. She HIT A MAN WITH A HAMMER. Do you not think that she could have killed him?

    Two is that society needs to stop pretending it’s everyone else’s responsibility to fix our problems. Your supposedly moral stand against judging others is simply a ruse to avoid helping those in need. There would be less Chrissy Greenes in the world if people told her the truth, treated her the way she deserved and didn’t accept her violence. There would be less child molestation if people stopped pretending perverts were “sick” and needed compassion. There’s be less carjackings if people shot a few carjackers.

    This is simply the way reality works. You encourage the Greenes of the world to act like animals and they will. If she was shunned, if people stopped enabling her, she might act like a rational adult.

  5. Jennifer on May 8th, 2010 10:47 pm

    I think you need to re-read your post because you have contradicted yourself more than once I’m sorry more than twice. Anyways the point that I was trying to get at is that you have no clue what you’re talking about and my concern was with the fact that you judge others for illnesses such as addiction, aspergers and I believe you said FAT women with low self-esteem. When you have no clue how these illnesses affect people. I really hope you or any of your family members never have to deal with any of these illnesses. I have said all I am going to say I hope someone with a little common sense and compassion can understand what I’m trying to say: it is not at all about Ms. Greene it is about you condemning people with your religious beliefs. My God loves me and everyone and forgives EVERYONE for their sins. Not saying that people don’t deserve to suffer consequences but not at the mercy of society. Thank you Mr. Taylor for opening my eyes and hopefully others and we as society can work together to HELP our communitity instead of condemning it.

  6. Rob Taylor on May 9th, 2010 3:39 pm

    Interesting that you don’t point out where I contradict myself. Aspergers is used as an excuse for people who are douchebags, being fat isn’t an illness. You want to let people off the hook for their behavior in all probability so that others will do the same for you.

    This is the root cause of the problem. “Illness” or not no one should accept abuse or disrespect from people. You should stand up for yourself and not let their attempts to get sympathy be used to make you suffer as their victims.

  7. Chrissy on June 16th, 2010 11:42 am

    You don’t have a clue what your talking about!!!!! You don’t know me or the situation!!! The man that is accussing all this is a sexual preditor and drug dealer!!! The bad thing about it is that you all feel sorry for him. He’s sorry all right!!!!

  8. Chrissy on June 16th, 2010 11:48 am

    This will be my last comment because you are not worth my time. I do not have to explain myself to anyone. Angermanagement does work!!! The classes are very helpful, but the disease of addiction is more powerful than life itself. I don’t expect you to understand that because you are ignorant. Casting stones is a sin buddy and while your judging me God’s judging you!!!!!

  9. Rob Taylor on June 16th, 2010 5:53 pm

    Yes it’s clear anger management works. Your comments prove that.

    Oh wait, what they prove is that you’re a spoiled, immature scumbag who thinks that even after they’ve COMMITTED A CRIME they have a right for people not to judge them by their actions an d lifestyles. I’m betting growing up a little will help you more than 1000 anger management classes.

  10. Paul D on January 1st, 2011 6:01 pm

    Mr Taylor must be an Aspergers syndrome patient, according to his medical diagnosis in this post. Wow, Mr Taylor, an MD and a douchbag, you’ve got it going on! You should be ashamed of yourself with your Christian banter, your Bob Jones friends would not be impressed, either are we.

  11. Rob Taylor on January 1st, 2011 7:27 pm

    Please, call me Rob.

    But I’m a Pagan, not a Christian and though I’m friends with plenty of Christians (because I’m not a bigot) I don’t know of any at Bob Jones. This is mainly because I’m 39, already have a Masters and don’t feel the need to lurk around college campuses.

    But I must ask, why would I need to have an MD to see that a woman who BEAT SOMEONE WITH A HAMMER hasn’t been helped by “understanding” of her supposed anger management problem?

    I’ll bet you money right now that if this was a couple of women who she knew would beat her ass and not her ex-husband she could control her anger.

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