‘Saw my mum and dad argue…’: Prince Harry reveals how he is as a parent

Prince Harry shared some of his parenting strategies when raising his children and how he handles their “outbursts” during a live-streamed chat about individual therapy with author Dr. Gabor Mate. Prince Harry talks about his four-year-old son Archie and one-year-old daughter Lilibet.

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When an event guest asked for advice on how to raise children to be “kind, strong and humble human beings”, Prince Harry said it was important for children to feel “loved” and given the opportunity to “be themselves”. That children should be given “rules” to follow.

“If they have a moment of frustration, let them do it, and then talk to them about it later. When they start and you say, ‘Don’t do it,’ it’s not helping,” Prince Harry explained his take on other people having moments of despair by saying that “more of us adults should be encouraged to have these outbursts, even if it’s in your pillow.”

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Expressing Your Anger in the Pillow “is an Exercise [he] Would love to be able to attend” and that “those kids angst is part of growing up”, he said.

“If you ever have a disagreement or you find that the energy is off between the two of you… if you have the ability to be able to, take it to a different room,” Prince Harry continued to note. maintained that she and Meghan Markle do not like the “idea to be.” [their arguments] in front of the children”. Prince Harry also said that he “assumed [his] Parents, “the late Princess Diana and King Charles III had a lot in front” [him],” which “may be where” his perspective on disagreements comes from.

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“This leaves me in this position now, as a father of two children of my own, to ensure that I shower them with love and affection. Prince Harry said, not holding them down to the point where they’re trying to get away and I’m like, ‘No, come here, I need to hug you.

“I, as a father, feel a great responsibility not to project any trauma, or any negative experience, that I’ve had as a child or as a man growing up. , And it’s work. He’s putting in the work and he’s alert to my behavior and my reactions to both of my kids on a daily basis.”

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