Prince Harry Wants to Prevent His “Cycle” of Suffering From Affecting His Children

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Prince Harry of England.

Lady Di’s youngest son commented that he wanted to focus his personal mission from a positive point of view, which allows him to take charge of his life without the burden of these external conditions

Prince Harry of England has granted a new interview that, without a doubt, will give a lot to talk about both in the United States and in his native United Kingdom, since in it he addresses such delicate matters as the great repercussion that, for his life and the of his brother William, had not only the early and tragic death of his mother, Diana of Wales but also the management of emotions that, in the face of such misfortune, Prince Charles did at the time.

 

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Without wanting to point out guilty or reproach, the Duke of Sussex has recognized that the suffering and mourning of his father ended up marking too much the future of the then young princes, from which a “cycle” of pain emerges that he wants to break from once and for all so that he does not overly affect his two children, little Archie and the girl who is still gestating inside his wife Meghan Markle.

 

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“Nobody is to blame for anything. I think we should not point fingers or blame anyone “, has assured Harry in his conversation with the podcast of Dax Shepard” Armchair expert “ in order to neutralize any possible misunderstanding that creates unnecessary tensions. “But it is true that I have experienced pain and suffering derived perhaps from what my father had, from what my parents had in general. And now I want to make sure that I break that cycle so as not to pass it on to my children, basically ”, confessed the grandson of Isabel II.

 

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The 36-year-old aristocrat has wanted to approach his mission from a positive and constructive point of view, one linked to the necessary application of the lessons that are drawn from the experiences lived by previous generations and, above all, one that allows him to take the reins of your life without that heavy load of external conditioning factors. “Sometimes it is inevitable to give up part of that pain that you already have at the genetic level, but parents have to do everything in our power so that what happens to us does not replicate and determine what happens to our children “ Harry mused.

 

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