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Princes William and Harry break mental health taboos for a new generation - The Guardian

There is no correct way to deal with trauma and grief. But the brothers are showing that it's OK to dispense with the stiff upper lip and ask for help. Sir Simon Wessely is president of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Wed 19 Apr 2017 08.01 EDT Last ...and more »

Prince Harry: I sought counselling after 20 years of not thinking about the death of my mother, Diana, and two years ... -

Prince Harry has disclosed that he sought counselling after enduring two years of “total chaos” while still struggling in his late twenties to come to terms with the death of his mother. The Prince says in an interview with The Telegraph that he “shut ...and more »

Prince Harry 'in total chaos' over mother Diana's death - BBC News

Prince Harry has revealed he sought counselling after spending nearly 20 years "not thinking" about the death of his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales. In an interview with the Daily Telegraph, he said it was not until his late 20s that he processed the ...and more »

Prince Harry suffered 'total chaos' over Diana's death - The Times of Israel

British royal, who served two tours in Afghanistan during his 10 years in the military, speaks out on mental health. By AFP 18 April 2017, 2:39 am 4 Edit · Facebook · Twitter · email; Print; 37 shares. This file photo taken on March 21, 2017 shows ...and more »

Prince Harry On Attending Therapy After Princess Diana's Death - The Inquisitr

Prince Harry continues his fight to normalize the struggle with mental health that millions go through daily. The 32-year-old royal sat down with the Telegraph's Bryony Gordon on the first episode of her podcast, Mad World. Princess Diana, Princess of ...and more »

'All of this grief': Prince Harry opens up about his mental health - Washington Post

Prince Harry was 12 years old when the car carrying his mother, Princess Diana, crashed in a Paris tunnel on Aug. 31, 1997. He spent much of the following two decades — through the conspiracy theories, endless investigations and royal family turmoil ...and more »

Harry's candid comments will help us to deal with grief - Irish Independent

When I started my psychiatric training we were taught the five stages of grief. The bereaved, we were told, would shift through "denial, anger, bargaining and depression" like the gears of a car, before eventually ending up with the right outcome ...and more »

Prince William: No more stiff upper lip, our children must talk about feelings - Irish Independent

Britain's Prince William yesterday praised the high-profile public figures who are speaking openly about their mental health, as he warned that no one should try to keep a stiff upper lip at the expense of their welfare. William, whose brother Prince ...and more »

Butler Paul Burrell says Princess Diana's sons William and Harry haven't spoken to him in 20 years -

IN A revealing new interview, Princess Diana's former butler said her sons, Harry and William, haven't spoken to him since her tragic death. Staff writers. News Corp Australia NetworkApril 20, 20179:10am. Princess Diana's butler Paul Burrell says he ...and more »

Prince Harry was right to talk about his mental health, but the media's obsession with 'stigma' isn't helpful - The Independent

After Princess Diana's death in 1997 it was fashionable in some circles to pour scorn on the national outpouring of grief which the tragedy produced. Certainly it was a fascinating phenomenon, indicative perhaps of a broader shift towards more emotion ...and more »