I need advice on how to approach a touchy subject with my husband.
He has road rage issues. We will be on the phone and he will stop the conversation to scream at people. A lot of times it's just directed towards them but not directly AT the person, but sometimes he will actually roll down his window to scream at people, or insult them. If people are jaywalking he will come dangerously close to hitting them to "teach them a lesson." I understand that driving itself is a tense and stressful thing, but he makes it way worse than it needs to be.
He knows how much it bothers me, and we've had multiple conversations about his driving habits. However, especially lately, anytime I bring it up, he just shuts down. I want to be able to talk to him about seriously getting some sort of help (therapy maybe?) but have no idea how to approach the subject other than our previous conversations, which obviously have not worked, and may have even exasperated the situation. Now he just thinks that whenever he gets mad on the road I'm set against him and pissed off at him. I really just don't want anyone to get hurt. I had an uncle who used to have road rage issues and the only thing that solved it was when his dog got killed when he got out of the car at a red light to scream at someone; I would hate for a similar situation to hit rock bottom with my husband.
Any advice on how to broach the subject without him shutting down or for him to take me seriously? Any similar issues with fellow knotties?