Reign: I suggest you tell them. They might be able to help you and listen to you. It's really up to you though if you want them to know about your situation, but it might be beneficial to tell someone.
Anna: First of all, you need to get new friends if they're going to pity you. But keeping it in isn't going to help. Start with the closest friend you have, one on one. Another reason why you should tell them is that they're going to start itching to know on your sudden change in behavior. That's going to be difficult so might as well tell them.
"I'm really not comfortable talking about my feelings with my parents, but they ask me about stuff all the time. What do I do?"
Reign: I feel the same way and so what I do is write letters or send texts and usually it'll take me so much courage to do that alone. You can try doing that if you feel awkward towards them but just remember that they're your parents and they're sort of required to listen to your feelings.
Anna: Same problem. I guess you could start answering truthfully on questions like "How was your day?" And you should turn the question on them so that it's a real conversation and not an interrogation.
"I get physically violent whenever I'm angry and I am a aware that I need to stop and control myself from hurting other people. What do you suggest I do?"
Reign: Tell someone and get some help. You might need anger management. If you feel like you need to let out your frustrations physically, I suggest you punch a pillow and not a human being.
Anna: Contrary to belief, letting anger out doesn't exactly manage it. In fact, it could make you even angrier. So, I suggest you Google that shit because there are so many comprehensive anger management methods that you could find.