Prince Harry Opens Up About Mental Health Struggles in Candid Conversation with Dr. Gabor Maté

In a recent interview, Prince Harry opened up about his struggles with mental health, revealing that he has been diagnosed with ADD, PTSD, anxiety, and depression. The interview, which was conducted by Dr. Gabor Maté, is part of a series on mental health called “The Me You Can’t See,” and is available on Apple TV+.

During the interview, Prince Harry spoke about the years he spent suppressing his emotions, and how it led to a breakdown in his late 20s. “For me, prior to meeting Meghan and to being in a position of great responsibility and pressure, I was very much living in a bubble. I think many people do this,” he explained. “I was only seeing the world from one perspective, and that was my own.”

Prince Harry also spoke about his relationship with his family, saying that he “always felt different” and that he knows his mother, Princess Diana, felt the same way. “There’s a lot of genetic pain and suffering that gets passed on,” he said. “As parents, we should be doing the most we can to try and say, ‘You know what? That happened to me, I’m going to make sure that doesn’t happen to you.'”

Despite his struggles with mental health, Prince Harry insisted that he is not a victim and that he never looked for sympathy. “It’s not a case of feeling sorry for myself,” he said. “I’m in a good place now, but we need to normalize the conversation around mental health. It’s okay to not be okay.”

The interview has been widely praised for its honesty and openness, with many people commending Prince Harry for speaking out about his struggles. “It takes a lot of courage to open up about something like this,” said one Twitter user. “But by doing so, Prince Harry is helping to break down the stigma around mental health.”