In an interview with the Morning Show, Ricardo Ventura stated that the rapper has ‘strong traits’ of narcissistic personality disorder
In an interview with the Morning Show program, Young pan, this Thursday, 25, behavioral scientist Ricardo Ventura analyzed the personality of the former BBB Karol Conká, stating that the singer has adopted a change of position since she left the 21st edition of Big Brother Brasil. “We can see that she insists on reinforcing the villain character she would have played on the reality show. However, in BBB, it is the villain who gossips, takes it back and forth and articulates the game. She was rejected because people don’t like her character, which is very different from being a villain. Since she left the program, every time she speaks, she has chosen her words very carefully. Karol is not natural, it is a product and his apology was tested, ”he said.
According to Ventura, the artist has strong traces of narcissistic personality disorder, a disorder in which the person has an inflated sense of his own importance. “When we are stricken by our shadows, we explode, argue and then regret it. The narcissist does not feel remorse, he is a close cousin to the psychopath. He likes to humiliate, step on and does not accept seeing anyone in positions higher than his. So much so that when Juliette, Lucas and Gil started to stand out on the reality show, Karol did everything to end them. No participant liked her, everyone was afraid and respected her presence. ”
Karol Conká was eliminated from “BBB 21”This Tuesday, the 23rd, with the highest percentage of votes in the program’s history, reaching 99.17% rejection. For the psychoanalyst, there are three ways for the rapper to deal with the public’s great disapproval. “She can face very difficult paths. The first is to look at the critical situation, assume the bad attitude and not even care about what is being said about it. The second is to look at the abyss, face the pain and throw yourself into it. If she goes through the phase of pain and suffering, finally, she can seek change. We only seek change if we have felt a lot of pain and suffering ”, he concluded.
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