Prince Harry shared some new details about his personal life during as he sat down with Dr. Gabor Maté on Saturday, where they discussed more new issues including the Duke's diagnosis.
The two discussed about trauma, vulnerability, healing. There were a lot of standout moments during the conversation, including the fact King Charles's younger son insists he's not a victim nor is he seeking sympathy here.
Interestingly, Dr. Maté diagnosed him right on the spot handing down disorders that he says he perceived from reading about Harry and talking to him too. Among them... ADD, PTSD, anxiety and depression.
Much of it, according to the Mate, stems from his childhood, with the death of his mother being a main factor. Harry appeared to accept the diagnoses at face value and acknowledged that he'd been diagnosed with PTSD by his own personal therapist.
The Duke of Sussex also talked about his past substance use. He distanced himself from cocaine, saying he felt no benefit.
He did not appear hesitant praising marijuana and psychedelics, explaining that he felt both of those had helped him become more clear.
At one point, Harry also addressed the flak he continues to catch from the media and others for speaking up about his private life/woes
The Duke admitted he actually thinks it's hurting more people than it helps, because he says it discourages normies from opening up.
Harry also talked about his wife, Meghan Markle, and his kids. He praised her as saving his life and helping him break free from what he essentially calls shackles of the Royal institution.
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