Every little thing is relative.

An surprising automotive restore invoice means nothing to Invoice Gates. A blue-collar mother working two jobs? That’s one other story.

So shoppers would possibly greet headlines about their favourite star or singer with a shrug. It’s onerous to get labored up over pay disparities in Hollywood, for instance, when the actresses in query make greater than Joe or Jane Sixpack earns in a decade.

Perhaps two.

It nonetheless issues, however the common particular person’s properly of sympathy isn’t deep.

What three celebrities mentioned this week falls squarely on this class. The massive distinction? The shortage of self-awareness in every dispiriting case.

Actor/comic Kumail Nanjiani landed a plum gig in an MCU movie three years in the past. He performed Kingo in “Eternals,” a movie that drew withering evaluations and fan antipathy. Nanjiani tortured himself by studying mentioned evaluations, and it left him traumatized, he instructed podcaster Michael Rosenbaum on his “Inside You” podcast present.

“It was actually onerous, and that was after I thought it was unfair to me and unfair to [my wife] Emily, and I can’t strategy my work this fashion any extra. Some s*** has to vary, so I began counselling. I nonetheless speak to my therapist about that.

“Emily says that I do have trauma from it.”

Nanjiani seemingly earned a candy paycheck for the gig. He additionally labored out extensively for the position, and the press fawned over his “thirst trap”-style pictures in consequence.

He additionally continues to seek out regular work, together with a voice position in “Migration” and an element in “Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire.”

Can anybody relate to his ache, his trauma? Hardly. Fellow actors routinely face harsh evaluations, from these with small IMDB.com pages to the largest stars in Hollywood.

It occurs. Calling it “trauma” reveals an entire lack of self-awareness.

Nanjiani’s feedback paled compared to what “Star Trek: The Next Generation” alum Wil Wheaton shared this week. The star, now 51, raged towards “Curb Your Enthusiasm” star Larry David for comically choking Elmo the puppet on tv.

Wheaton took to his Fb web page to savage David for the impromptu shtick.

“What a stupid, self-centered, tone deaf a–hole … all the time, when I was growing up, my dad would grab me by the shoulders and shake me while he screamed in my face. He choked me more than once. He was always out of control, always in a furious rage, and always terrifying. I’m a 51 year-old man and my heart is pounding right now, recalling how I felt when I was a little boy who loved Grover the way today’s kids love Elmo.”

It’s horrible what Wheaton allegedly suffered by the hands of his father. Doesn’t he notice how silly he seems to be evaluating it to a 70-something comedian’s interplay with a puppet?

Apparently not.

Social media heaped scorn on Wheaton, after all, which most likely made issues worse for him.

After which there’s Dakota Johnson.

The star of the upcoming “Madame Web” is complaining a few gig that occurred a decade in the past.

Johnson appeared within the last episode of NBC’s “The Office,” a noteworthy second for any star given the present’s beloved standing. Besides her position proved temporary within the episode, and the plan for her to hitch a possible “Office” spinoff by no means materialized.

“That was honestly the worst time of my life,” Johnson shared with amusing. “I love that show so much, and they were like, ‘Do you want to be in the series finale?’ and I was like, ‘Of course,’ thinking that I’d show up for, like, half a day. I was there for two weeks and I’m barely in the f—ing show.”

At the very least she had the flexibility to snicker at her over-the-top feedback, suggesting a glimmer of self-awareness. She may give Nanjiani and Wheaton a tip on that entrance.