Yes, I have therapy.
I've had Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, I've tried Neuro Emotional Technique, another Emotional Response Therapy (the exact name I cannot recall at this time), I use ABC (Antecedent, Behaviour, Consequence) to examine my reactions or responses to things in an effort to understand and change, I use Mindfulness to live in the moment, I've had Kinesiology, Massage, Aromatherapy, Hypnosis, I've done a Positive Parenting Program (PPP, Triple P), Mindful Parenting, I've read self help and parenting books and I've even prayed (not bad for an Atheist).
The first thing I did actually discover in a real light bulb moment early in therapy, was how long I had actually been living under the influence of a Mental Illness. Most of my life it seems.
The second thing I learnt, was that I had only recently started to actually FEEL, my emotions (a result of having children 17 years ago), and, that I did not know how to regulate those emotions as I had only ever know anger or aggression before. Yes, most people said I was moody and jokingly called me a b*t*h. (One reason I find that word so offensive these days.)
Whilst there have been many epiphanies since then, the one I had just today, was that all the therapy is finally paying off.