PRINCE HARRY OPENED UP ABOUT PANIC ATTACKS, SEVERE ANXIETY & THERAPY
Prince Harry detailed the emotional aftermath of his mother, Princess Diana’s death in the new docuseries The Me You Can’t See.
After Diana’s death Harry suffered from severe panic attacks, compulsive drinking & drug use:
“I was willing to drink; I was willing to take drugs; I was willing to try and do the things that made me feel less like I was feeling”
Amid the emotional turmoil, Harry found normalcy in the military
“The happiest times in my life was in the army. ..There was no special treatment because of who I was. That was where I felt my most normal.“
YEARS IN THERAPY
Harry, who has now been in therapy for four years, hopes that “The Me You Can’t See” makes people feel less alone in their struggles.
"I saw doctors, I saw therapists, I saw alternative therapists"
Meghan Markle, was the one who encouraged him to get help:
There is a massive pressure for people not to talk about mental health and hide it
Prince Harry’s meaningful interview would add to people’s well-being. He is encouraging other people to do the same as well.
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