California (PRWEB) November 11, 2005
At last someone able to support celebrities, on a 1 to 1 basis, who find it difficult to deal with their celebrity status. It's not therapy. It's an attitude to life.
I was once told by one of my clients that she was not happy with the fact that she had no private life because of the pressures of being famous.
"It's amazing,” she said. "I spent most of my life trying to be famous and now that I am I realize it has its drawbacks. I have no private life"
Isn't it true that most actors and actresses want to be famous when they are not and often want not to be when they are?
When the demands of fame become too much, many people turn to drink, drugs or sex. It doesn’t need to be like that. It is possible to have it all, fame and privacy.
Frank Shapiro of http://www.dealingwithfame.com specializes in supporting, High Profile People such as Actors, Actresses, Models, Scriptwriters, Politicians, Entertainers, and Celebrities. He understands that while some celebrities thrive on the "fame" lifestyle and enjoy every minute of it, others who were not prepared for the invasion of privacy that inevitably follows, dread every day
“I believe that it is possible to be famous and enjoy a private life too” says Shapiro. “Living according to the real "who" you are instead of the "what" you are is what makes the difference.
In essence people do not change just because they become a celebrity.
Frank Shapiro explains, “The person you were before you were famous in fact even as a child, is exactly the same one as you are now. The thing that has changed is other peoples expectations of who you are and what you should be”
To be famous you need to have a public persona but to be totally fulfilled as a human being you also need to have the confidence to demand your privacy too.
The dilemma for many celebrities is that they know living in the fantasy of fame all the time is not healthy but struggle to live in the reality of life because of the uniqueness of their celebrity
So how can celebrities overcome this problem? “Well for a start it is important for you to know yourself well and to like who you are” Says Frank “Getting in touch with your true values, getting your needs met (not just the physical ones, but the spiritual and emotional ones too), building strong boundaries and having a solid foundation is the start of being able to live your life to the full in both your personal and professional life.”
“How do I know it is possible?” he continues. “Because I have supported people as they develop their personal and private life despite being in the public eye all the time.”
For information on how to deal with being a celebrity or on any aspect of fame contact Frank Shapiro through his website http://www.dealingwithfame.com
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