Mental Health and Meghan and Prince Harry

MeghanHarry’s interview has put mental illness in the spotlight. Here are tips in dealing with mental illness in your relationship and how to navigate a marriage institution.

Princes Harry-Meghan Photo by Matthew Ball on Unsplash

Have an open-mind. MeghanHarry's interview speaks to many of us and our families. All families including Royal family are raw and need a lot of cooking.

I don’t usually follow the royal family because of Charles, Diana, Diana’s sister, and Camilia’s drama — it’s lovely history.

Mental illness in marriage:

WHO assesses 450 million people live with a mental disorder worldwide.

Mental illness in marriage can be a curse or a blessing.

Tip:

Take the health history of your parents and see if they have MI. Work from there and seek a professional evaluation before any major event in your life.

Are you joining a cult or a modern marriage partnership?

Cult and unhappiness in marriage:

MeghanHarry's public announcement is a lesson for young people and many marriages. Being in a cult is never a happy marriage or rarely helps us solve a generational problem.

  • Rarely members question the head of the household — a man or a woman.
  • Unhappiness.
  • Mind-controlling and brainwashing.
  • Adults’ children often have no opinion or limited earning power.
  • Codependency, untreated mental illness, or learning disability.
  • Never-ending domestic violence and child abuse.

Tip:

Be honest with yourself before saying yes to a cult or a traditional marriage where marriage is crowded with every Dick, Tom, and Helen.

The traditional marriage institution:

The traditional marriage institution is like a royal or religious institution. It thrives on secrecy, reputation, and luxury. This kind of marriage dwells with the pattern of cover-up and pattern of lies.

Tip:

Ask yourself this question; do you want a loving family, live peacefully, happily, and most importantly, healthy in your marriage?

Remember:

Here are tips for you to deal with mental illness in a relationship and navigate a marriage institution.

  • Be honest with yourself before you say yes to a cult marriage, where every Dick, Tom, and Helen is interfering.
  • Ask yourself this question; do you want a loving family, live peacefully, happily, and most importantly, healthy in your marriage?

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