How Rihanna’s Youth is Her Enemy Relative to Chris Brown
Youth and beauty are said to be fleeting. The interesting thing about youth is that while you are in it — everything you say or do seems to be right. It is only with the passing of time and the growth in maturity is one able to fully make decisions that are not only right, but one that others can see when they are blinded by youth.
Rihanna after being physically abused by Chris Brown
Hopefully Rihanna will take another look at her picture and realize she may be healed physically from Chris Brown’s violent behavior towards her, she has been emotionally scarred by his abuse. Chris Brown was in no way negatively impacted by physically abusing Rihanna. Yes — he may have served community service — but during a live interview show I watched shortly after this occurrence — not one time did he apologize publicly about his violent actions toward Rihanna. He kept steering the interview back to his album, as if by not talking about his abusive behavior, it would seem as if it never happened.
The lovey dovey couple a few years later.
How can someone be painfully physically abused and then turn around and not only welcome the abuser back in her life, but agree to work with him as well. From my vantage point — youthful innocence is the culprit. Being taught that it is always good to forgive someone for their sins is fine; however, should someone go so far as to make the abuser once again a part of her life?
Rihanna and Chris Brown going to a L.A. party together.
Listening to Rihanna in her interview video below, she talks about sending the wrong message to young girls that it’s ok to be physically abused. The video was made a few years back when she finally started talking about her physical abuse with Chris Brown.
Interesting enough, Diane Sawyer said that sometimes it takes about 6 or 7 times before a woman finally leaves her abuser. Rihanna piped up, corrected Diane Sawyer by replyling — “8 or 9″ times. The question is how many other times were she abused in private, before the big publicity physical abuse blow-up?
Rihanna is a young 24 years old not only in years but in life’s experiences including the decision to see Chris Brown again.
There was a rumor that she was seeing Ashton Kutcher — which would be an excellent step up from her physical abuser, Chris Brown.
Ashton Kutcher and Rihanna
Since Rihanna is obviously setting the wrong example by going back to Chris Brown, which can be blamed on her lack of experiences coping and staying away from someone who obviously has no respect for her to beat her in the state that’s shown in the picture above. So here’s my advice.
If you are in an abusive behavior, when you get the courage and nerve to leave your abuser, please do not go back. You are showing the utmost respect for yourself by leaving.
Simiar to what they say about cheaters — “Once a cheater, always a cheater.” The same goes for an abuser — “Once an abuser, always an abuser.” Life is precious so much so that you cannot allow someone to ruin yours by his abusive behavior — which instead of stopping as time goes by, could actually escalate.
For Rihanna’s sake, hopefully she will come to her senses and leave Chris Brown for good.
Here’s more advice for Rihanna and anyone who may be in her same situation.
Here’s her interview before she did an about-face and reunited with Chris Brown.
Take her words with a grain of salt.