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The only way Harry can fix things is by apologizing to his father, the King.
Just last week, I gave another interview to a renowned British newspaper, where I explained my view on the Megxit situation. But it was not Meghan I was interested in. The family dynamics within the royal family are a whole lot more fascinating, or so I think.
The only way Harry can reconcile his relationship with his family is to apologize–and pray for their support. Harry, as the second child, has had a greater dose of freedom than his older brother, who is also second in line for the British crown. He’s been afforded greater opportunities to choose his future–and experiment in life. Because of that, he has to be thankful. He cannot keep bashing William or his father for mistreating him.
Harry cannot remain in the position of a victim.
In spite of the great trauma he has suffered as a child, he had to do everything in his power to heal and move on. If he fails, he may lose more than his mother–he may lose his entire family.
I will be posting more articles on family dynamics, forgiveness, and love. I know familial relationships are challenging, and I will try my best to shed some light on them.
Psychologist, family therapist, author
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