Britney Spears beat herself up? Sam Asghari’s wife reportedly found her peace after being freed from conservatorship

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Britney Spears is said to have found peace after years of struggling for her conservatorship to be freed.

Life & Style magazine said in its August 22 edition that Spears no longer worries about things she can’t control. She has also been attending therapy on a regular basis, which has helped her become happier and more at ease.

The source said:

“Britney is finally at peace and gushing about her new life. She has clarity and credits therapy and her faith with helping save her. Britney is happy at last. She used to beat herself up, and blame herself for all her problems. She’s still a work in progress, but she absolutely loves herself today.”

According to the source, Spears is also thankful to her husband, Sam Asghari, because he was the one who saved her life. It shared:

“She knows he’ll protect her and has her best interests at heart. They’re still determined to have a child.”

The tabloid’s assertions, however, contradict what another outlet disclosed about the “Toxic” singer.

According to Heat UK, Spears’ continuous dispute with her ex-husband, Kevin Federline, is affecting her. The latter just released a video of his boys arguing with Spears when they were 11 and 12 years old, respectively.

The video was later removed, but it did not set well with the singer. Federline may face charges as a result of what he did, according to Spears’ lawyer.

According to the tabloid’s source, Spears has no concerns about how Federline has been caring for their youngsters. This, however, does not negate the reality that what he did was wrong.

The tattler said:

“But in her eyes that was only because her dad set up this evil conservatorship that questioned her skills as a mother and effectively took away her right to parent normally, along with so many other basic liberties.”

However, the statements of the tabloid should be taken with a grain of salt. Even while it’s certainly conceivable that Spears is content with her life right now, she hasn’t spoken anything about it. This suggests that the tabloid is only conjecturing about the singer.

It’s also not true that Spears blames her father for her inability to care for her two children.