# Cinema and series
No two differ on the strange behavior of Muhammad Ramadan, for which some may not find an explanation at all.Number One, which he called himself, and presented along with his well-known song of the same name, bears irrefutable evidence of this.
The boasting about gold, money, cars and even planes cannot be overlooked as Ramadan’s behavior is described as very strange, and the golden palm that the famous Egyptian actor and singer wore in his last appearance may be a continuation of a journey full of pride in front of millions of followers.
In an interview with Zahrat Al Khaleej, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology, Fida Abu Al-Khair explains much of Ramadan’s behavior, and explains whether this behavior is actually caused by psychological disorders or not.
Abu al-Khair says that the world of stars and fame poses many challenges and problems for anyone who enters it, and that many celebrities who have communicated with her have told her that, for fear of merging with the world of celebrities , and the psychological and social consequences it entails, returning them to popular and poor areas, and wandering around to feel They are still normal.
Abu al-Khair adds that there are specific points in the vicinity of fame and stars that motivate some things that a person may already have, or that he has tendencies towards them.
The psychological expert is about the star, Muhammad Ramadan, who I followed for a long time, watched many of his actions and listened to his works, saying that the repetition of his songs, listening to them and being attached to them a major influence on the formation of human cognitive structures, and that as we gather most of Ramadan’s songs, we realize that there are many details that encourage some things and habits that are not good, including: extravagance, power, control and exclusivity, and these things all reinforce cognitive distortions that are part of a psychological deficiency in a person, especially when he is in a stimulating environment, and he has a tendency to do so in the first place.
And she continues: “If we follow the course of Ramadan, his actions, his behavior and his review of what he possesses, we find that the subject is linked to more than one sign, whether it be his concerts, his step on the increased., the clothes he wears and many of his actions, as it gives some indications, but it will not be conclusive, because it is not Anyone can be diagnosed by looking only through social media and the media appear.
And she adds: “But the combination of Ramadan and its behavior in general, and the composition of what emerges from it, throws everything into one form, is to give a full impression that he suffers from narcissism, which psychology as one of the psychologist classifies disorders, but it is not one of those disorders that prevents a person from practicing his life normally and performing his normal day-to-day functions.
Abu al-Khair explains that most mental disorders are diagnosed with a defect in the performance of life functions in general, but some of them do not necessarily cause this defect, and are considered a fixed personality pattern, and the wearer does not see it do not touch. , but they largely attract the attention of others, and one of the criteria for diagnosing the presence of these Disorders is the feeling of the person himself in a state of distress or helplessness, but it does not apply to narcissistic disorder , and most of those who suffer from it do not go to the psychiatrist’s office, nor do they harm themselves, but the damage often falls on the people who deal with them directly, and can go Those affected, is referred to the clinic rather than the offender.
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The Jordanian psychologist describes narcissism as dependent on exaggerated self-love, and that the person affected by it always wants to be the center and focus of others’ attention to him, which explains the presence of Ramadan in some public places, which stands among his followers. and take pictures with them, because this matter It completely nourishes his sense of “ego”, and makes him feel more distinguished, and that he is the most important, as it strengthens the image of exaggerated self-love and strengthens the ego.
And about his deliberate imitation of weak characters in most of his dramas, Abu al-Khair explains that these characters usually evolve to be a distinctive character who possesses great power and authority, as he portrays himself during the drama that he has what others do not own. , but all this is not a measure, because the drama is ultimately presented as a work In exchange for a certain wage, beliefs and the choice of distinctive roles, which gives the sense of ability to the character and his to represent opposite, reinforce, which enhances the sense of uniqueness.
Finally, no one denies that the world of fame can plague many with narcissism and arrogance, but this case occurs more than in Ramadan, and even deliberately points it out to its wide audience.