Once again is wading into the debate on mental health with reckless ignorance, oblivious to the facts and the catastrophic effects his words could have.
that are illegal in this country, proclaiming the benefits he has enjoyed from cannabis and .It’s hugely irresponsible.
Harry plainly has no understanding of the serious damage these substances can wreak on users – damage that I see on mental health hospital wards with upsetting frequency.
If he was any other celebrity, we could safely ignore him.But this is a man who uses his platform as a member of the and sets himself up as a serious advocate for mental health policies.
No one has asked him to do this.He has adopted this course of action for his own reasons – and he seems to think that, since he doesn’t regret his own choices with drug use, these must be good for everyone.
Once again Prince Harry is wading into the debate on mental health with reckless ignorance, oblivious to the facts and the catastrophic effects his words could have
The truth is he has such a narrow experience of life, limited by wealth, fame and privilege, that he cannot begin to guess what disastrous effect drugs can have on people in different circumstances.
Speaking objectively, from a distance, he doesn’t look to me like a great advert for marijuana, cocaine or anything else.
He appears neither particularly happy nor stable.Looking at the recent outcomes of his life, he has left his home country, broken off relations with members of his family, seems distanced from his friends back home and no longer has an Army career.
That doesn’t strike me as a ringing endorsement for self-medication with mind-altering substances.
At best, Tangie we can say that if drug use has not exacerbated his mental health problems, then he can count himself extremely fortunate.