Prince William Has an Interesting Theory About Why the British Have Trouble Expressing Emotion
Prince William took to the stage at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Wednesday, joining an impressive line-up of mental health advocates from around the globe. He used the opportunity to discuss his, Kate Middleton, and Prince Harry's Heads Together initiative—a program that fights to erase the stigma around mental health issues.
William explained that Heads Together was a natural outgrowth of the "The work I’d been doing, the charities have to do with addiction homelessness, veterans' welfare, young disadvantaged people," he said. "And the work my brother and my wife
As for why it had never been grappled with, Prince William placed the blame squarely on British people's reticence to discuss their feelings—which, according to him, is the product of history. Read the future king's theory below:
We’re very embarrassed about revealing our emotions. And I take it back as far as the war. And I think, you know, the wartime was very, very difficult for everybody. And people were dealing with their own
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