letting go. In order to promote his memoir, Spare, Dr. Gabor Mat and Prince Harry had a unique live stream on Saturday, March 4.
The Duke of Sussex, 40, was questioned by the therapist over claims that he is playing the victim. In no way do I consider myself a victim, Harry added. I’m incredibly glad for the opportunity to share my experience in the hopes that it would benefit, inspire, and uplift others. And maybe let others realize that going back to the human experience, we are all related in some way, particularly via pain.
Harry’s explosive claims in Spare, which was published in January, garnered media attention. He didn’t hold back as he delved into the reasons why his upbringing in the royal family left him with childhood trauma and how therapy helped him find happiness as an adult, sharing everything from humorous anecdotes about his frostbitten penis to heartbreaking passages about how he thought Princess Diana would one day appear and reveal she faked her death. He believes that his first book will inspire readers to take responsibility for their own mental health.
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Harry said, “I’ve always felt that sharing whatever I can of my story helps someone or some people out there. The experiences I’ve had throughout my childhood, throughout my life, throughout my 38 years—although relatively short—I’m not looking forward to becoming 40, that much is certain. But through those experiences and through the work I’ve done around mental health and mental illness for the past 20 years, Harry said.
The native of England claimed that The Firm colludes with the British media to le
ak news, some of which are genuine and others of which are fraudulent, to fit the narrative they desire. Spare gave the BetterUp CIO the chance to correct the record and present his own perspective.
Others have disclosed details about my life that are not under my control, whether they are accurate or not. Yet, it does, it feels nice to be able to share the aspects of my life that I believe are significant for other people. Nonetheless, he added, “To me, it feels like an act of service,” highlighting his desire for readers to be inspired to try the treatment.
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The former soldier, who wed Meghan Markle in 2019, wants Prince William and King Charles III to try counseling. Harry claimed that working with a therapist had given him a new language, and he was unable to communicate with those around him. He, therefore, tried to persuade everyone [in his family] to do it, according to The Times.
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