While Britney Spears’ conservatorship fight continues, her sister Jamie Lynn is preparing to release a book. The exciting title of Jamie Lynn Spears’ memoir, Things I Should Have Said, is set to be released in January.
Britney’s younger sister shared the news with her 2.2 million Instagram followers in a touching Instagram post. Jamie Lynn said she wanted to convey her experience since her daughter Maddie was nearly killed in an ATV accident in 2017.
“It took a lot of personal effort and healing before I was able to express my truth appropriately,” she wrote.
“I’ve spent my entire life believing that I had to pretend to be perfect, even when I wasn’t,” she says.
“For the first time, I’m opening up about my mental health because this process forced me to be painfully honest with myself and face a lot of difficult issues that I would have normally glossed over, as I was taught.”
Even though Jamie Lynn did not mention Britney in her article. It appears that she is referring to her sister’s conservatorship and the ensuing family strife.
Jamie Lynn’s father is Britney Spears’ father. Jamie was just removed as Britney’s conservator, prompting her to rejoice on social media.
Meanwhile, Jamie Lynn’s life as Britney Spears’ sister and as a child star on Nickelodeon series All That and Zoey 101 will be covered in the book.
She’ll also discuss being a mother while still a teenager. And how Maddie’s injury threw her life into disarray and helped her find her religion.
“I owe it to myself, my younger self, and my children to set an example of never editing yourself or your truth to satisfy anybody else,” she said on Instagram.
Jamie Lynn concluded her article by noting that she still has a lot to learn but that she hopes the book would be helpful to individuals. They have lost their voices and are attempting to break destructive cycles in their own life.
She also mentions that the money would go to the This Is My Brave group. And encouraging individuals with mental illnesses to tell their stories.
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