Prince Harry returned to attack the English royal family. On Netflix he went out “Heart of the Unconquered”mini-series in six episodes about the Invictus Games, an Olympics dedicated to war veterans who son of King Charles she came up with in 2014. In between confessions, the husband Meghan Markle spoke in detail about the injury death of his mother Princess Diana and then the aftermath of his months in service in Afghanistan, which marked him especially. “The biggest stress for me was the people. Nobody around could really help me. I didn’t have a support structure or a group of experts to help me figure out what I have.” did he know?
Prince Harry and depression after the death of Princess Diana
“Unfortunately, like me, the first time you really think about therapy is when you’re lying on the floor in the fetal position and wishing you had gotten through it sooner. And that’s what I really want to change.”Harry said, pointing out that his world collapsed after returning from a mission in Afghanistanin late 2012 and early 2013, but that was just a trigger, not the real reason for her discomfort.. Thus, Harry realized that he needed help with conquer the ghosts of the past and your depression: “What happened was in 1997 when I was 12 years old. Losing my mother at such a young age, the trauma I had, I never really realized it, I never talked about it, I repressed it, I never talked about it like most kids. But then when the injury reappearedI asked myself, “What is going on? Now I feel everything, I’m not numb like before. My problem was that no one around me could help me.”
Prince Harry vs King Charles after Diana’s death
In his autobiography “Spare”, soon became a bestseller all over the worldHarry spoke out publicly father, King Charles, guilty of being especially hard on him after the disappearance of Diana Spencer. “He didn’t hug me, he never knew how to show emotions”William’s brother confessed.