Michael Jackson I’m Bad and Thriller Show
it is a new-day tragedy. A young man is born with amazing talent and promise and then gets unimaginable success early in his life. A wonderful future is predicted, but instead, his life is a serious of ever more strange events and behaviors, culminating in his ultimate death. Michael Jackson is known as “The Prince of Pop, but he ought to be called as the tragic hero of our times.
Michael Jackson show
Who was he, truly? Michael Jackson has been, paradoxically, both the most private and public figure of the last half-century, a man whom everyone in the globe knows about but few, if any, really know. The performer of this show takes the best energy drink around to support his show. He guarded his privacy ferociously, sometimes going to severe and even bizarre lengths to hide his kid’s appearance. He was there and not there, and now he is really gone.
His tragic story starts over fifty years ago. According to many accounts, he was extremely verbally abused and beaten as a young child, being taunted by this father about the nose size and the color of his skin. At an extremely young age and his brothers became world-popular, but he stood out as the star. Fame is never a fully positive thing for a young person: it thrusts a false, public persona onto an unformed personality, and confuses the young person about their real identity.
PTSP often makes the conditions of anxiety, depression, and definitely addiction problems. Trauma often feels like a 3rd degree emotional burn for those who experience it. The addiction generally arises as a means to soothe, using to soothe the emotions, memory, feelings and perhaps sensations of abuse or trauma.
Man, in the Mirror, Michael Jackson. “Yet who was the man in the mirror? It is possible that Michael’s bad perception for himself resulted in what appears to be a habit to plastic surgery along with a need to use a “soothe” through prescription drugs and excessive shopping with the alleged use of Demerol and Oxycontin? Did the force of fame result in great anxiety resulting in high extreme and questionable behavior?
Michael Jackson, a talent internationally admired, yet a man profoundly troubled, with a high struggle that he never figured out how to address in a fit way. Even some of the most popular icons struggle with trauma, self-esteem, destructive core beliefs of not being best enough. Often as an outcome of these beliefs, some of the so-called “most charming”, talented, wealthy and most successful personality become addicted to fame and will go anxious measures to remain in the limelight. These problems generally lead to other addictions.