A lot of these psychiatrists are stating that upbringing may contribute to their need to be recognised for great achievements. It also ties into narcism and that in a lot of middle-class families praise their children who do well and reward them with love and affection which is giving this mentality that they have to be successful to gain the love and attention of their loved ones ... as the child grows into an adult they turn this into a need for success.
Many celebrities have mental health problems, they used their talents growing up to express themselves as they couldn't clearly perhaps express themselves elsewise. For example, in song lyrics or in paintings they let out their angst. It's like an outlet. But when they do gain the fame it's a sense of fake closeness they have from fans and almost an addiction. A lot get the top a lot of their game and they end up clinically depressed because they find it wasn't the right love they truly craved and some have commit suicide or turn to drugs to escape and numb themselves.
Obviously there are mentally emotionally healthy celebrities and driven people out there ... but not everyone is 100% sane right?
What are your views on this? Do you have a mental health problem? Or if not clinical proven do you think you do? Do you think you have to have some insatiable need for admiration in order to push yourself to succeed like you do so? OR do you want money for the 'freedom' but if you have money to live a humble life? Why do you want even more?