Thanksgiving in memoirs
Prince Harry trusts these doctors
In his memoirs “Reserve”, Prince Harry provides information about his confidants. The acknowledgments also credit some well-known physicians, personal trainers, and chiropractors.
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Prince Harry also opens up about his mental health and his own experiences after the war in Afghanistan in his memoir.
In “Reserve” Prince Harry (38) writes, among other things, about his mental health. When he returned after the war in Afghanistan in 2013, he first became fully aware of the trauma he had suffered. He describes his symptoms as follows: “Alternate periods of extremely debilitating lethargy and terrible panic attacks.” In his memoirs, he personally thanks the specialists who helped him to combat his symptoms, as also reported by the “Evening Standard”.
Eric Goodman is one of the chiropractors that Harry specifically thanks. He is the inventor of the so-called Foundation Training. This is a special training against chronic back pain. He works with professional athletes, writes books and created the «Foundation Training» app, which supports people in all walks of life.
John Amaral is an “Energy Practitioner”. He learned at a young age to “disconnect emotionally and mentally from his body”. Amaral developed the “Flow Formula” during his training as a chiropractor. The mind-body connection allows the mind to find the energy in the body. In a “Grazia” interview, he explained: “This connection takes them out of the fight-or-flight state and into something else: the flow.”
Squire is Harry’s personal coach. The two have known each other for a long time; They were spotted together at a polo match in 2011 and have been training together since 2014. According to his LinkedIn profile, he has been in the fitness industry for 20 years. Among other things, he has been on the staff of the English national polo team since 2008.
Harry and Ross Barr have known each other for a long time: The acupuncture specialist from London was already present at the Sussexes’ wedding in 2018. “My mother has always been quite holistic and she recommended that I try acupuncture. Two weeks after my father passed away, I went to my first appointment feeling like everything was going to be fine. I still go to this acupuncturist today; I went to see him for treatment last week,” Barr tells Grazia. Today he is a respected fertility and acupuncture specialist.
Ben Carraway is one of the UK’s leading non-surgical back pain specialists. Carraway established a private practice in the London Borough of Kensington and works with his personal “Carraway Method”. It integrates the latest scientific models of pain science and embodied cognition and uses innovative protocols to treat acute and chronic pain. (praise)