Prince Harry now feels ready to help someone trying to commit suicide.
The 36-year-old royal family previously admitted that when his wife, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, said she wanted to end her life, she didn’t know how to react. The position is to “listen.”
Talking to Oprah Winfrey in a new bonus episode of the Apple TV + show “Invisible to You, Like Me,” “a great many people are afraid to be on the receiving end of the conversation. [from a suicidal person] Because they don’t feel they have the right tools to give the right advice.
“But what you mean is,’You are there.’ Listen. Listening to the conversation and being part of it is arguably the best first step you can do. is”
The two also looked back on what they learned while filming the series and agreed that the best advice they got was to tell the person trying to commit suicide that they were “not alone.”
Harry told Glenn Close about the importance of telling his family frankly about mental illness. When the prince realized he had missed a problem with someone he loved, he thought the family was “embarrassed.” Admitted.
After a “deadly attraction” star admitted that her family had hidden hereditary history of mental illness and explained the embarrassment she felt for not knowing that her sister had committed suicide, Harry Said. “Why didn’t we see it? Why didn’t we know it? Why do you feel enough to share it with me? Didn’t you? “
Elsewhere in the 90-minute episode, Harry had a candid conversation with Robin Williams’ son Zack via a video link.
Harry, whose mother, Princess Diana, died in a car accident in 1997, told Zack, “Your dad was my true hero. He brought a lot of joy and entertainment to many people.” ..
Zack admitted that he couldn’t mourn properly because of the devastation of Robin’s 2014 suicide.
“Until a year and a half after my father died, I didn’t have the opportunity to focus on the process of personal grief,” he said.
Harry agreed: “When we see so many people around the world saddening someone they feel they know better than themselves, we have a lot of common experiences. I am.
The prince has a two-year-old son Archie and a second child, and is pregnant with a second child with Princess Megan.
He said, “Connecting lines are about the well-being of our group, and when the well-being of our group is eroded, it ultimately affects our ability to become ourselves, our communities, and the caretakers of the planet. I will.
“We must create a more collaborative culture for each other, where challenges do not have to live in the dark, vulnerabilities are healthy and encouraged, and of course, physical and mental. Health is one, so it is treated equally. “
Original posted at pennsylvanianewstoday.com