I consider stoicism to be one of the finer male-typical attributes – and without it, the male suicide rate would surely be even higher – so I’ve felt ambivalent about the recent decision of Prince Harry to reveal publicly something about the mental health issues he suffered 20+ years after the death of his mother, which occurred when he was just 12. Media coverage of the matter has been overwhelmingly supportive of his decision to ‘go public’, so I was interested to read a piece by Kathy Gyngell, articulating a different viewpoint with humanity and insight.
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