Jamie Lynn – Changes American Culture Forever

Jamie Lynn - Changes American Culture Forever

Jamie Lynn – Changes American Culture Forever

The announcement that Britney Spear’s younger sister Jamie Lynn is pregnant will only serve to idolize teenage pregnancy according to one celebrity life coach.

“What most people fail to realize is that while many people are criticizing Jamie Lynn and her parents for the 16 year old’s unplanned pregnancy, the media is now going to follow her around everywhere until she gives birth and that action will automatically create the idolization and idealization of teen pregnancy”, according to Patrick Wanis, PhD, Celebrity Life Coach and Human Behavior Expert.

“No matter what Jamie Lynn might say against premarital se-x, the future barrage of photos and videos of her will simply glorify and endorse to the world that it is OK to be a teen, have se-x and get pregnant. This event could potentially change the American pop culture and outlook on teen pregnancy” says Wanis.

“This problem is compounded by the fact that Jamie Lynn is already a teen idol in America because of her TV show, with girls as young as eight watching and idolizing her. The ramifications are far-reaching given that every mother and her daughter will now prematurely be discussing this topic” according to Wanis.

Originally from Australia, Patrick Wanis, PhD is a Celebrity Life-Coach, Author and an Expert in Human Behavior and Relationships. He is a Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practitioner and Clinical Hypnotherapist with a PhD in Health Psychology. Wanis is a regular contributor to major news outlets -FOX News, MSNBC and the Montel Williams Show, and is the weekly featured analyst on celebrity behavior for The New York Observer. Wanis coaches and works with various celebrities. WGN Chicago and Syndicated TV show, “The Daily Buzz” anointed him “The Woman Expert” and FOX News pronounced him ”A voice for women.” Over four million people have read Wanis’ books in English and Spanish. https://www.patrickwanis.com

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