Prince Harry’s ‘trauma discharge’ could ‘traumatize’ people: therapist
An award-winning therapist says Prince Harry is “trauma discharge on a massive scale”, and could be “traumatising” other people who have lost a parent.
self proclaimed “Trauma Expert” Danny Greeves has been following the drama that sparked the release of Harry’s controversial memoir, “Replacement,” And it is many shocking accusations about “cult of death” Royal family.
“Trauma abandonment is a term used to describe sharing trauma with another person without their consent,” Greeves, 34, told Jam Press.
The BBC Radio personality claims the Duke of Sussex could be unintentionally harming the mental health of those who are grieving by sharing confidential details.
“The media whirlwind that followed Harry and Meghan’s documentary and television interviews and the release of Harry’s book could be perceived as a large-scale trauma release,” said Greeves, who was hailed as one of the the nine best life coaches of 2022 by USA Today,
“The focus here should be on how many other people who have experienced the death of a parent may be being provoked.”
Greeves wanted to share her thoughts on how the 38-year-old royal might be affecting people “who did not consent or want to hear this information” and that there was “no consideration” for her audience.
“It may have been wiser to give more warning and caution to those who are sensitive to those issues,” he said.
However, Greeves noted that sharing the trauma may be appropriate at the right time and place.
“Sharing the events of trauma in a safe and supportive space can be a key step in the journey toward healing for many people,” she explained. “The purpose of sharing trauma is to begin to process the experience in hopes of moving toward recovery.”
Opening up to traumatic experiences is often seen as healing, but in the right context.
“With so many people believing that the purpose of these traumatic stories is for financial gain (whether that’s the case or not), Harry has already seen his popularity plummet.”
Prince Harry has certainly lost popularity recently, with a YouGov Survey revealing that only 26% of Britons have a positive view of his disturbing revelations about the royal family.
Meanwhile, the therapist believes that the publication of Harry’s memoirs is part of a strategic public relations move.
“Harry is in the middle of a well-thought-out public relations strategy: he works to raise awareness about his documentary film and his book as possible, [which is perfectly understandable]Greeves said.
“Harry’s story taps into that overriding desire of the public to hear the story of someone who goes from tragedy to triumph.”
Though he believes this is all part of a publicity stunt, Greeves doesn’t deny that Prince Harry has been through a lot in his life.
Regardless of what you think of him, he is the victim of a lot of trauma in his life, even though he is a former member of the Royal Family, members of the public may have a hard time relating to that, so his portrayal should be considered. carefully and could have been handled better by your team.”
He added: “There are pros and cons to Harry and Meghan (Markle) sharing their story, and it’s up to each individual to decide, based on their own past experiences, if it’s content that can help them on their journey.”
It was recently reported that Markle, 41, had “gentle concerns” about the publication of her husband’s memoirs and wondered if it was the “right move”.