Princes William and Harry urged the men not to avoid psychologists
Princes William and Harry urged British men to ignore and not to conceal their psychological problems.
The representatives of the British Royal family said in an interview with the charity CALM (“Campaign against miserable life”).
“Talk about some serious issues too long been banned. — Recognized Prince William. — [Considered as] successful, powerful people do not suffer. But, of course, is not so.” “Actually, it’s very simple. If you feel that is someone to talk about it, it can really help,” he said.
“All of us in life sometimes have a hard time, but men especially feel the need to pretend that everything is okay,” said Prince Harry.
Earlier, Prince Harry admitted that he had serious psychological problems after the death of his mother, Princess Diana. He said he endured two years of “complete chaos”.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (William and his wife Kate) and Prince Harry actively attract public attention to mental health issues and mental health campaign Heads Together.