Celebrities Need a Life Coach
Ever wondered why celebrities need a Life Coach? Person X (Indian Film and Television actor) committed suicide in Mumbai (Dec 26, 2019). By now everybody knows that it had something to do with his mental well-being.
Unfortunately, quite often, many celebrities try to hide their grave condition, by trying to wear a smile and acting brave, without realizing that their tough situation needs to be addressed before it gets out of control. The sad truth is that if it remains unattended, this condition results in mood swings, which eventually result in a full-blown mental illness. This has the potential to destroy the lives of aspiring movie stars, established movie stars, and struggling movie stars.
Fortunately, it is possible to avert such threats to human lives. To tide over difficult situations, celebrities can and must take the help of a Life Coach or a Performance Coach, or whatever one might call such a person. They need to open up and discuss their problems with a coach because s/he can provide a way out from the tight spot they find themselves in. Such coaches provide the most congenial environment in which a person can find a sympathetic being with whom s/he can chat, share things, and express her/his fears and anxieties. This will ensure their mental well-being.
Being a celebrity is a great feeling, but it comes with a price, especially in a country like India. The price is that they are under the watchful eyes of the media and public all the time. This puts a lot of stress on their personal and professional lives. They are worried about their career, their relationships which are under a scanner and in news for any number of reasons, and this can lead to mental illness. This is the very reason why celebrities need a Life Coach.
When I coach celebrity athletes, celebrity business moguls, movie stars, and their family members, I get to hear their deepest fears, their insecurities, and their dreams, which are like those of other human beings, but of a higher magnitude. Because of this, all the reason for them to seek the services of a coach. Coaches can help address these challenges by acting as a listening board. As well-being professionals, they ensure that toxic build-up of negativity of their clients does not clutter their mind to such an extent that they pose a danger to their very life.
If you know someone who is a celebrity and is hiding behind a smile, speak with them and let them know that it is ok to feel low, that it is ok to have emotional turmoil in life, and it is ok to have mood swings, as they are part and parcel of human life. Let them also know that Celebrity Life Coaches, who maintain high levels of confidentiality, are available to help them.
It is true that coaches are not psychiatrists or doctors, but they can be helpful in preventing the possibilities of a threat to the mental wellbeing of their clients.
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