Kate Middleton’s brother James candidly said in a new interview about mental health that he believes his sister’s child is “lucky”. It’s OK to talk! Magazine, the 36-year-old entrepreneur said of his past struggles with depression: “It’s still challenging to talk about, but actually the role my dog played was critical to my recovery and recovery.
“Especially my dog Ella, who is my reason to get up in the morning, my reason to get dressed and go for a walk — even when it’s pouring,” he said. Referring to his 15-year-old black retriever Ella, who died earlier this year, he said the dog “unintentionally helped” him overcome mental health issues.
“You go out for 10 or 15 minutes, you get some fresh air, and then you suddenly forget what traumatized you,” James said. My other dogs helped them unintentionally.”
“I think they played such an important role that I think they saved my life,” he said.
Speaking of his nephews and nieces, James Middleton said: “I’m really happy that they are able to enjoy and enjoy the benefits of dogs in their lives. I see them being lucky to have a dog in their lives. “
James Middleton also previously wrote about his difficult battle with depression in a 2019 essay, describing it as a “lack of emotion,” saying: “I, too, feel misunderstood; thoroughly I don’t want my worst enemy to feel worthless and hopeless, isolated and alone. I feel like I’m going crazy.”
While he admits he is “very happy and lives a life of privilege,” he added, “it doesn’t make me immune to depression.”