Prince Harry tries to express his childhood trauma with “Spare”.
Relationship expert Vallon Assani believes the royal family needs to understand that the Duke of Sussex suffered a lot in his youth.
Asani of dating app Dua said: hurt.
“But acknowledging how the other person feels, whether you agree or not, shows empathy and understanding and can lead to building more effective communication.”
“The struggles Harry details in his autobiography seem to stem from many of his childhood traumas and repressed emotions from the environment in which he grew up. “I can relate,” he said.
“But the same sentiment applies vice versa. Just as the late Queen famously said, ‘Memories can be different,’ Prince Harry said the palace could see events differently. should also be acknowledged, and their views are also valid,” said the relationship expert.