About Britney Spears

I know that there are a number of people who think Britney Spears is a spoiled Hollywood child, or an idiot who abuses her children and her fame, a waste of our time and energy, but I am not one of them.

I feel immeasurably sad for this girl whose life is such a mess. She has been used and abused by everyone around her since she was a very small child. She has been given money than most of us cannot imagine, and yet no one has ever said “no”.

She is a commodity to many, a fool to others. She is fodder for the paparazzi, a joke on late night talk shows. I suspect she is either an addict or mentally ill, though no one seems inclined to find out, or to care, except Dr. Phil, who clearly has an agenda of his own.

She is also an immature young woman, who had children too soon, and those children will suffer for her deficiencies.

I am sad for Sean Preston and Jayden James, the innocent little by-products of the ill-advised union of two self-centered young people. These two babies, unfortunately, don’t stand much of a chance.

But Britney – Britney the child, Britney the lost little girl, who apparently has never been loved except as a money machine – who will save her?

No one, I expect. There will come a day that I will look at the news and see that Britney, like Heath Ledger, is dead. Probably by her own hand, with the aid of prescription drugs that no one ever denied her. No one ever said no.

I am so sad. Britney is a child. A grown up child, who no one ever ever taught to take responsibility, who no one ever told no.

So sad.

I would like to take her in. I’d make breakfast for her, and give her a hug, and tell her she is loved. Would that help? I don’t know, but has anyone ever tried?


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9 Responses to “About Britney Spears”

  1. Shawn W Says:

    You’re right. The problem is that now no one can really tell her no, because someone else will say yes. It is very sad.

  2. Corina Says:

    What you say has a lot of validity to it. She needs to be taken in and loved and cut off from all the negative influences in her life. She has to be or your predictions will come to be true.

    It is a real shame.

  3. Ina Says:

    I never thought of it that way, but you’re right. It saddens me.

  4. pandemonic Says:

    It is sad. But you’re right. No one has ever said NO. She needs support, love, yes, but what she really needs is tough love. Someone to give her boundaries. Her parents and husband couldn’t do it. So sad.

  5. thelittlefluffycat Says:

    I had an odd thought, seeing whosis, Tom Cruise’s little bride, with blonde hair, and listening to her–that she sounded like Britney, or Britney like her.

    Perhaps she can find her way to a retreat of some sort. It’s not like she’s got anything else to do at this point. Madonna re-invented herself, and Britney seems to want to be Madonna–maybe she can do the same.

  6. sue2 Says:

    I have been saying the same thing for years about her. I actually thought she had talent, and she was so darn cute…I hate what she has become. I hate it that K-Fed is now seen as the “good parent” when all he is doing is living off her money. I have learned in my own life that once a child is over a certain age, a parent has no rights. Even if they wanted to help now, she gets to call the shots. It is sad, and I am also afraid that she will appear on the news one day soon, and everyone will pretend to care after it is too late.

  7. madamedonna Says:

    Such a shame. There is a serious lack of love in the world.

  8. jojovtx1800 Says:

    The saddest part of it all, is the number of little girls that emulate her, and cannot see that she is self destructing.

  9. Stevo Says:

    A pictorial in Playboy is not far off. In once sense it is a shame, in another, perhaps just. If she had talent, wrote her own music, or was anything more than a managed commodity at least she would have that muse to fall back on, that core, that something. She doesn’t.

    She was groomed, pushed and pulled. She was told what to say and when to say it. Now, she doesn’t have that luxury. Own her own she self destructs, as her career would have done years ago had it not been fabricated.

    Yes, it is sad, for her children, caught in a crossfire created by the recording industry, agents, and the others that pushed their mother up a hill too far too fast, a letting her go as she started to speed down the other side.

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