Prince Harry just received a mental health diagnosis during an interview. Yes, that’s right.
The 38-year-old recently joined trauma expert Dr. Gabor Mate for a promotional interview for his memoir Bombshell, which hit bookshelves on January 10 this year. They discussed a wide range of topics, including Prince Harry’s childhood. The death of Princess Diana, her mother, her relationship with the royal family, and Meghan Markle. This is when Dr. Mate gave him a preliminary mental health diagnosis. Read on to know more.
Prince Harry has been diagnosed with PTSD, depression, anxiety and ADD.
In a conversation with Dr Gabor Mate (via TMZ), Prince Harry spoke about complex topics such as healing, vulnerability and trauma. The Duke of Sussex emphasizes that he is not a victim and does not seek sympathy. And said he views his diary as a service to others who want to improve themselves.
One of the highlights of the interview, however, was when Dr Mate diagnosed Prince Harry with several mental health disorders at that point, including depression, anxiety, PTSD and ADD. What he had read about Prince Harry including his conversation.
Dr Mate explains that most of these problems stem from Prince Harry’s childhood. Especially the death of his mother who died in a car accident in 1997.
Harry revealed that he was also diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, by his personal therapist.
Prince Harry undergoes rehab
during the interview Prince Harry also revealed that when he first received treatment He encouraged his family members to do the same. Although he did not mention anyone in particular, however, the Duke of Sussex believes this has widened the gap between them. As he said, therapy was both a blessing and a hindrance.
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