When it comes to children and youth, their fascination with the latest hero is commonplace. The desire for the latest celebrity of your child or teenager is commonplace. But can it be called celebrity obsession?
Young children can be enticed by a heroic or cartoon character but in the hero-worship of young artists or celebrities in movies, they need to grow up to be adults. It’s like joining a fan club, learning details about celebrities, and spending a lot of time thinking about them. The only time you should worry about it is when your child’s interest in celebrities begins to interfere with his or her routine.
There is a limit to how much time your child should spend thinking about his or her idol. Excessive stress disorder should be present so that the infatuation of the celebrity is labeled as a disease. As soon as you notice that your child is expressing suicidal thoughts or talking about depression, it is important to contact for help, if your child seems to believe that their hero knows them personally or wants them to be loved again, it may be a sign that you have trouble separating thoughts.
When your child is young, he or she may have a difficult time distinguishing between the true and the false. Recognizing celebrities in your child’s life is not something you should worry about. When used appropriately, it may be quite beneficial.
As you can see, there are several warning signs that you need to know about each step. It’s best to maintain a healthy level of self-control and self-awareness since life is too short to obsess.
Written by: Rafieu Hossain Arnob
Rafieu Hossain Arnob is an enterprising young professional intending to continue his development as a data scientist as well as a volunteer. He thinks, in terms of results and objection, he is enthusiastic and he works with decisiveness and conviction. He has a proactive attitude and finds positive ways to stimulate and engage with people. He also loves to engage himself in voluntary activities. He has attended many programs as a volunteer and is expecting to join more in the future.