It's definitely a valid perspective that a lot of us have thought about, but it's clear she doesn't 'like' it. Comfortable though? maybe. Sometimes people in abusive situations get so used to it to the point of actually thinking it's ok or that they don't need to try anymore. I have a friend who was in an abusive relationship for over 6 years until he went almost went too far. She acted like she was fine and most of us didn't even know about it the whole time (which I still feel guilty about) because she was still smiling and being normal and even he seemed normal to us, but some people did have a gut feeling something was off. Long story short, she said she loved him too much and got used to it, and in fact wanted it more during the times he didn't abuse her because she felt better something than feeling nothing at all... thankfully she's in a healthy relationship now though. I also had a relative very close to me who used to be hard-working, super chatty, thriving on life person who eventually became bipolar. And now she's like a completely different people now. She'll stay at home or in bed most of the day, do the bare minimum, and just not care anymore. I've never seen anyone in a C-ship before though except for elderly people with severe Dementia or disability, Britney is clearly able to think for herself, take care of her kids, her body, drive, be in a relationship, make music, and make money... there's literally no reason for her to be in a C-Ship. She should have medication, therapy, and a guardian with her yes (which she does i.e. her bodyguard or Sam). But C-Ships are for people with much more severe cases when they can't think or take care of themselves. Her father is known to take advantage of her, he may love her but he also knows she's a cash cow. She wouldn't have attempted to talk to a lawyer against her father if that wasn't the case and both her mom, Sam, and people she's worked with also supported #FreeBritney at some point before getting silenced. So I think that says something.