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Prince Harry to Oprah: Prince Charles and the Royal Family “bullied” me

Apple TV + In The Me You Can’t See, his new mental health documentaries starring Oprah Winfrey premiering on Apple TV + Friday, Prince Harry expresses his frustration with his father, Prince Charles, over the suffering made possible that he experienced as a child. He also discussed his disappointment that Charles never intervened later in life when he and his wife Meghan Markle were scrutinized in public. “My father always told me when I was younger, he said to both William and me, ‘Well it was like this for me, so it will be like this for you,” he says on the third episode of the series it is about psychological treatment and recovery. “That makes no sense. Just because you have suffered doesn’t mean your children have to suffer. Quite the opposite, actually. After you have suffered, do everything possible to ensure that any negative experiences you have had are right for your children. “Throughout the series, he and Winfrey have open discussions, both emotionally frank, about mental health, trauma, and the stigma that comes with admitting suffering and seeking help. The goal, as Winfrey says, is to normalize mental health care and validate people’s stories without judgment or shame: “Telling the story. The ability to say out loud, “This happened to me” is critical. “Harry agrees,” The only way to break free and break out is to tell the truth. ” Stephen King on Scary Stalkers, “Canceled” by JK Rowling and Navigating TraumaPeople from around the world discuss their experiences in battling depression and trauma, anxiety and mental illness, including famous faces like Lady Gaga, Glenn Close and NBA star DeMar DeRozan. It’s Harry’s honest and sometimes shocking detailing of his own journey that anchors the series: his failure to come to terms with the grief of the death of his mother, Princess Diana; the helplessness he felt to protect her; his reliance on drugs and alcohol to numb the pain; feeling scared and trapped by the palace; the family’s refusal to help when Markle had suicidal thoughts; and how therapy has helped him overcome all of this and “break the cycle”. “For me, the therapy has prepared me so that I can take over everything,” he says. “This feeling of being trapped in the family, there was no way to leave. Finally, when I made this decision for my family, I was still told, “You can’t do this.” And it’s like, “Well, how bad does it have to get before I get to do this?” you [Markle] would end her life. It shouldn’t have to come to that. “When asked if he regrets it, he says it wasn’t taking a stand earlier in his relationship with Markle. “History repeated itself. My mother was chased to her death while in a relationship with someone who wasn’t white. Now look what happened. Want to talk about repeating history? You won’t stop until she dies. The possibility of losing another woman in my life is incredibly triggering. Like, the list is growing. And it all comes back to the same people, the same business model, the same industry. “In the first episode of the series, Harry addresses the many years that have passed when he was neither given the space nor the opportunity to address the grief he was in a car accident after his mother died when he was 12 years old. When he thinks of his mother, the first thing that springs to mind is a boy who drives with her and his brother in the car. She was driving and her car was followed by five paparazzi on mopeds. “She almost couldn’t drive because of the tears. There was no protection. One of the feelings that always come to mind is helplessness … It happened every day until she died. “What reminds him most of her funeral is the sound of horses’ hooves on the sidewalk as they pulled her coffin into a carriage. “It was like being out of my body, going with them and doing what was expected of me. Show a tenth of the emotions everyone else showed. This is my mother. You haven’t even met her. “Winfrey suggests that strangers probably processed her death more than he did, which he agrees. “I didn’t mean to think about her because thinking about her will bring up the fact that I can’t bring her back and it will only make me sad.” When she specifically asks whether someone in his life would talk to him about death or their grief, he says: “Nobody talked about it.” He names the years between 28 and 32 as the most difficult for him. He was afraid every time he had to be in public. He drank and used drugs to “feel less of what I was feeling,” and estimated that even if he abstained during the week, he would drink a week in one day on a Friday or Saturday evening. It was a coping mechanism “to mask something”. It was only when he met Markle and she saw a lingering anger in him that he first sought therapy: “I knew if I didn’t do the therapy and fix myself, I would lose this woman, I could see how I spent the rest of my life [with]The airing of Prince Harry’s intimate account of his struggles with his sanity comes after a series of public revelations about very personal matters that would normally be anathema to the buttoned-up royal family. In March of this year Harry and Meghan gave Oprah Winfrey a bombshell interview in which, among many other allegations, they accused an unnamed royal family member of conducting a racist investigation into the likely skin color of their children. Harry also sharply criticized his father in that interview for his lack of compassion and understanding, accusing him of having cut him off financially and even once refusing to take his calls. Harry’s father came in on another blow during a lengthy podcast interview in which Harry said he had inherited, “Genetic Pain” from his father, who had inherited the same from his parents, the Queen and Prince Philip. “When it comes to parenting, if I’ve been through any form of pain or suffe I’ll make sure I break this cycle so I basically don’t pass it on,” Harry said. “There’s a lot of genetic pain and suffering that is Anyway, as parents, we should do everything we can to say, “You know what, this happened to me, I’ll make sure this doesn’t happen to you.” Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Rosa Woods / Getty Harry added: “I also know that it has to do with his parents. So that means that he treats me as he was treated. What does it mean, how can I change that for my own children? And now, here I am. I am now. I am now.” Moved to the US with all of my family. That wasn’t the plan. Sometimes you have to make decisions and put family first and sanity first. “In The Me You Can’t See, he explores the dark story the famous photo and video footage when he and Markle attended a gala in 2019 at the Royal Albert Hall, holding hands and smiling for the cameras in smart clothes. As they had discussed in their previous meeting with Winfrey, a few hours before this event, Markle revealed to Harry that she had suicidal thoughts, which was so clear that she had even planned how she would do it. “The most terrible thing for her was the clarity of thought,” he says in The I You Can’t See. “She hadn’t lost it. She wasn’t crazy. She did not treat herself with pills or alcohol. She was absolutely sober. She was completely healthy. But in the silence of the night these thoughts woke her. “He was ashamed of the way he handled it, he says. He was ashamed of making the situation so bad. He was also ashamed to go to his family and ask for help: “As many people my age could possibly relate to, I know that my family will not give me what I need,” he says. “I had a son back then that I would rather concentrate on than every time I look him in the eye and wonder if my wife will end up like my mother and I have to take care of him myself.” That was one of the main reasons he and Markle left their roles in the royal family. “Feeling trapped and feeling controlled by fear, both by the media and by the system itself, which never encouraged talking about this type of trauma. But now I will certainly never be silenced. “With reports from Tom Sykes Read more at The Daily Beast. Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now! Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside delves deeper into the stories that matter to you. Learn more.

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