Royals’ public candour sheds light on universal hurts suffered in private
From racial bias to miscarriage, family stress and bereavement, Harry and Meghan’s openness in their Oprah interview will help a lot of people process their own traumas
Oprah Winfrey’s landmark interview with Britain’s Duke and Duchess of Sussex revealed underlying themes of grief, loss and mental health. In the two-hour interview, Meghan Markle spoke of her mental anguish and suicidal thoughts.
"I just didn't want to be alive any more,” the pregnant mother of a one-year-old said.
She described the emotional distress, isolation and depression she experienced after she became part of the British royal family. She believes this distress was exacerbated ...