Psychologist Reveals Ways Britney Spears Can Take to Repair Her Sons Relationship – Exclusive

After a judge ended Britney Spears’ conservatory in November 2021, many good moments have followed for the star since then, including her marriage to Sam Asghari. However, there was also family friction with her two teenage sons.

It all started in August when the superstar’s ex Kevin Federline spoke to the media and claimed her boys – Sean Preston and Jayden James – were reluctant to see their mother due to her controversial posts on social media. In turn, Spears publicly complained that Sean and Jayden were allegedly “hateful” toward her, which caused a lot of back-and-forth between the two camps. Cut to September when Federline completes the family drama with his appearance in 60 Minutes Australia, complete with guest appearances from Sean and Jayden. “We’ve both been through so much pressure in the past that this is now our safe place to process all of the emotional trauma we’ve been through to heal our mental state,” Jayden said of the strained relationship with his mother . He also suggested that Spears take her frustration out on Sean, which hurt Jayden. Apparently responding to the interview, Spears — in an audio recording per CBS News — appeared to suggest that money issues were at play. “Is the reason you chose to be hateful because it’s actually going to be over in two years and you won’t get anything?” she said.

The admission concerned fans who wanted to see Spears happy with her sons, and with that in mind, Nicki Swift spoke exclusively to a Psychiatry Doctor about how the singer might be able to mend her relationship with her sons.

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Britney and her kids need a safe space to talk

Deena Manion PsyD, LCSW and Chief Clinical Officer of Westwind Recovery spoke exclusively with Nicki Swift about how Britney Spears’ relationship with her sons can heal. “Between divorce and reports of alleged drug use, mental health issues, and just being in the public eye can be at the root of a lot of issues that the family and Britney are struggling with,” Manion explained, noting that those issues are “tied.” “were taking a toll on the growing children.” (In 2007, a judge reported to People that Spears was a “habitual, frequent, and continuous user of controlled substances and alcohol.” But as more is known about the conservatory, some might question these earlier claims.)

“It’s hard to know what goes on in a family behind closed doors,” Manion noted, adding that therapy would likely be necessary. “Family therapy is indicated to work on fractures in the relationship, to give the young a safe space to voice their problems, and to make the parents co-parents.” Additionally, Manion pointed out that Kevin Federline ” the mother should not badmouth his children in public”. She added, “Kevin and Britney both need to get around the table” to figure out their roles. Manion mentioned that a parenting coach could help them, and that Spears posting “weird videos on social media” isn’t helping the situation.

All in all, it sounds like Spears and Federline need to work together to heal their family.