"After a lengthy discussion on Harry's childhood trauma, Dr Maté moved the conversation on to the theme of "freedom" - something he notes was brought up at length in his book.
The host said: "Freedom is actually a big theme in your book. And it comes up a number of times. Some kinds of fame provide extra freedom, maybe, I suppose. But royal fame was captivity."
Responding, Harry said: "I wondered when is someone in his family going to break free? And then I have now, it was a great [feeling]. Once the book came out, I felt I felt incredibly free. Its a huge weight off my shoulders."
The royal said going to therapy helped him to realise that he wanted different things and was becoming "more and more distant from my loved ones and my family".
"....He encouraged others to seek therapy at the earliest opportunity as he discussed his regret that he had to wait so long to see a specialist."
The interview is, as usual, a joke. Harry, you yourself stated dropping out of therapy numerous times. You didn't want to work at it and I'm sure the therapists brought up things you had done and needed to work on about yourself you didn't want to hear. Now you've found the perfect therapy..hugging and tapping your arms, a therapist that agrees you never did anything wrong, and you can use hallucinogens instead of proven legitimate psychotropics. Oh, why didn't you help Meghan when she spoke of her depression and suicidal thoughts. You famously stated, "I didn't know what to do."
I'm sorry, this irritates me to the max. This utter idiot pretending he's a mental health expert and the audacity of giving his "advice" to the rest of us.
The comments are spot on. Harry's going to be slammed for this interview until the next stupid thing he decides to pull off.
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