Prince Harry moved to the United States to live with his wife, former actress Meghan Markle, and their children Archie and Lilibet. It was a move that came after some difficulty adjusting to royal life, forcing them to step away from their roles as members of the royal family.
Neil Wilkie is a relationship expert, psychotherapist and author of the Relationship Paradigm book series and creator of online couples therapy, The Relationship Paradigm.
He analyzed the reported split between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry with the royal family, including Harry’s brother William.
From there, he drew a number of important tips that could help any family going through a fallout.
He advises families going through a breakup to try to understand their own role in the breakup.
Neil advised, “If you were part of the rift, understand what the impact has been and whether you want to fix it or wallow in it?”
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“If the rift really had nothing to do with you, what can you do to fix it?” “
He advised not to underestimate the impact that a small act can have.
âRealize that he might just need a little relational ripple to begin to resolve the gap,â Neil said.
It may be helpful to meet with the people concerned to gain a better understanding.
Neil advised, âSet up a meeting with one of the key people involved saying you’d like to hear more from their perspective.
âLet them talk and you listen carefully. Probe their feelings and at the end summarize what you heard and validate their position (but not necessarily agree) by saying something like “It makes sense that you feel this and have these needs because …”
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âThen have them listen as you express your feelings (avoiding blame). âI feelâ rather than âyou didâ).
âUnderstand their basic needs and yours. Share where you are both inflexible and where there is flexibility. See if that gets you both closer to a resolution.
However, in situations where a resolution doesn’t seem to be at hand, Neil has detailed next steps.
âIf you can’t, take a break and come back face to face or via email and, if you’ve identified a negative quality in the other, seek out and recognize that quality even in yourself,â he said. he declares.
âIf you have identified a positive quality in yourself, seek it out in the other person and share it. It can help break down barriers and realize that the two of you are similar.
The visit was a surprise to the kids at the party, which had been rescheduled for Harry to attend.
One expert claimed that the old “dazzling” Harry was back with his “cheeky smile”.
Body language expert Judi James analyzed Harry’s surprise appearance at the event.
âWe saw four versions of Harry’s body language when he appeared at last night’s charity event,â Judi said.
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