Bobbi Kristina Brown Needs Therapy Advises Janet Jackson

Bobbi Kristina Brown, the 18-year old daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown will likely need some therapy to get over the sudden and tragic death of her mother. Janet Jackson, who lost her brother, pop star Michael Jackson, just three years ago sat with CNN’s Anderson Cooper on his show ‘Anderson’. As has become protocol over the last few days Anderson asked Jackson for her reaction to the news,

“I couldn’t believe it. Immediately I started shaking. I was trying to text everyone that I knew to let them know and I was speechless. I could not believe it.”

In the middle of the sadness is Bobbi Kristina who was twice admitted to the hospital following a complete breakdown.

“It’s a very, very tough time, even though it’s still a loss, I lost my brother, she lost her mother. There’s still a difference, even though there’s still a loss to a family,” Janet said.

“I don’t know what that’s like being so young. It was hard for me.

Janet proceeds to give advice that even she finds hard to follow, “It was very, very difficult for me. I didn’t want to accept it, it’s very difficult. You have to come to terms at some point, you have to actually give it up to God and it sounds so mean, but you have to move on, you can’t hold onto that because it can be very devastating. Sometimes therapy is the best thing.”

“There’s never a day, not one day has gone by where I don’t think about my brother.”

“You have to go on with life. You figure out a way to move on.”

It is unclear if Bobbi Kristina will ever seek therapy but her father Bobby Brown has stated in his latest statement that she’s “doing much better.”

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