After doing minimal press for his explosive tell-all "Spare," Prince Harry is now acknowledging the backlash he has received to his book as he aims to reset the conversation. "I certainly don’t see myself as a victim," the Duke of Sussex told psychotherapist Dr.
Gabor Maté in a discussion for Random House. "I’m really grateful to be able to share my story in the hope that it will help, empower, encourage others. . . .
And hopefully, let people understand that again, back to this human experience that we all in some shape or form, [are] all connected, especially through trauma," he added. "I do not and I have never looked for sympathy in this," the prince reiterated.
Maté suggested that there were "two divergent streams of responses" to Prince Harry's memoir: One seems hostile and views the prince as "wallowing in self-pity and presenting [himself] as a victim." The other response has been from those who are "just so grateful that this is happening, 'cause they are craving an honest conversation about loss and grief and trauma and woundedness and healing." "For me, the experiences that I've had throughout my childhood, throughout my life, throughout my 38 years, albeit relatively short. . . .Read more on foxnews.com
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