Britney Spears is once again all over the news because she finally snapped. Does this really come to anyone as a surprise? This is the same chick who shaved her head, is repeatedly caught without drawers on and has battled drugs and alcohol addiction?
According to various media reports, Brit lost her visitation rights after being under the influence of "an unknown substance." In the temporary custody agreement, while she is having visitation with her kids, she is not supposed to be under the influence of anything. Now TMZ is reporting that she has to be treated for severe bi-polar disorder.
Usually, I don't visit the TMZ site, but since they seem to be all Britney all the time, I had to go and grab some research. At any rate, I don't know if I agree with her being bi-polar, but it would explain a lot.
According to http://www.mentalhealth.com/, Bipolar I Disorder is one of the most severe forms of mental illness and characterized by recurring episodes of mania and depression. The site doesn't really give a cause but says that the disorder runs in families, like a lot of mental health issues, like depression and addiction. I will spare you the psychology lesson but I will tell you that some of her behavior falls in line with the Web sites symptoms.
To be completely honest, we can say a lot of things about Kevin Federline but we've never heard about him barricading himself in a room with his children or being escorted to the hospital for a 72-hour hold. She needs some help and I am talking Jesus + Dr. Phil + Oprah + Iyanla Vanzant kinda help.
Maybe her mom should sit down in a one on one session with Whitney Houston's mama. Remember a while back, Mrs. Houston was in church up in New Jersey praying and binding spirits in the name of Jesus? Well apparently it works. Whitney is sober and poised for a comeback.
It looks like to me that the family would leave Dr. Drew Pinsky and Dr. Phil where they are and enlist the help of Joel Osteen, T.D. Jakes, Benny Hinn and Rod Parsley. It can't hurt to call Paula White too. Shoot, call Farrakhan if it'll help that child, truth be told, she needs all the help she can get. Either way, I hope everything works out for her.