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If you or someone you know feels that way you may want to arrange sessions with a counselor, psychologist, or psychiatrist.

Otherwise, you or the person you know will waste an enormous amount of time, emotion, and years chasing after someone who likely doesn’t know you or your friend exist.

While the person may not be dangerous, an obsession with their celebrity crush can be detrimental to their social development and finding a healthy relationship.

Here are some things to watch for to see if you or a friend’s celebrity crush has gone too far: First off when it comes to celebrity crushes, people will tend to fantasize about somehow meeting the celebrity, falling in love with them, and marrying them.

(Alternatively sometimes the obsession takes the form of the person believing they’re going to become the celebrity’s best friend.) As long as it remains a fantasy there’s nothing wrong with it but if you find yourself making plans to somehow meet the celebrity and get them to fall in love with you, that’s the point where it’s crossed over into an unhealthy obsession.

The odds of this ever happening are almost non-existent.

However, in the latest plot twist, fellow Fab Five member Karamo Brown has told fans the romance is, in fact, real, in a comment on JVN's Instagram post of himself and Porowski holding hands on July 31, 2019.

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Everyone takes little bits that they think are cool that a celebrity uses or does and applies them to their own lives.

That’s okay because in the process they make the thing their own.

It’s okay to talk with your friends and say you feel it was a mistake what the celebrity did, but to actively express anger towards the celebrity almost implies that the decision they made was somehow personally against you.