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UK News 'I am deeply grateful': Archbishop of Canterbury thanks Prince William for helping him pull through a battle with depression

08:15  25 may  2020
08:15  25 may  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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The Archbishop of Canterbury yesterday thanked Prince William for helping him pull through his recent battle with depression . Justin Welby revealed Prince William helped him with his mental health struggles. The Archbishop of Canterbury said he felt the world was turning more gloomy.

and now Prince William has been credited by the Archbishop of Canterbury with encouraging him to also seek help . Writing in The Sunday Times, he explained: “ I am deeply grateful to His Royal Highness for speaking publicly about mental health and hope it might encourage others who are

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The Archbishop of Canterbury yesterday thanked Prince William for helping him pull through his recent battle with depression.

Justin Welby said that the prince ‘encouraged him to seek help’.

It came as William took part in the Church’s weekly online service. He has also spoken on mental health for a BBC documentary to be broadcast this week.

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Justin Welby wearing a suit and tie smiling and looking at the camera: Josh Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury (pictured), revealed that Prince William helped him pull through a recent battle with depression © Provided by Daily Mail Josh Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury (pictured), revealed that Prince William helped him pull through a recent battle with depression The Archbishop told the Sunday Times: ‘I am deeply grateful to His Royal Highness for speaking publicly about mental health and hope it might encourage others who are suffering alone to seek help and support.

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Prince William , who will one day become supreme governor of the Church of England, has recorded a “reflection” for the church’s streamed service today marking the end of mental health awareness week. “ I want to encourage anyone who has concerns about their.

Dr Rowan Williams , pictured, has said some of the global duties of the Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams said plans are being drawn up for a role to oversee the day-to-day running of the ‘ I don’t think I ’ve got it right over the last 10 years, it might have helped a lot if I ’d gone sooner to the

‘It encouraged me to seek help when I was struggling, help that was effective.’

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Archbishop Welby, who is the son of two alcoholics, and who suffered the loss of his seven-month-old daughter in a car crash, has acknowledged his own struggles with mental health in the past.

Last week, he told the BBC that he had experienced ‘an overwhelming sense the world is getting more and more difficult and gloomy’.

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a man looking at the camera: Modern life is difficult. People are under all kinds of stress, whether this is to do with lack of work, working too hard, or family and relationship problems, just to name a few serious issues. Indeed, some people throw the word
He added: 'You turn inwards on yourself a lot. You become, frankly, narcissistic. 

'And when you have good friends or family who spot it, they can say "might it not be an idea to talk to someone." Which I did.

‘There is nothing pathetic about it. It is no more pathetic than being ill in any other way. And we just need to get over that.'

Stay at home as much as possible to stop coronavirus spreading - here is the latest government guidance. If you think you have the virus, don't go to the GP or hospital, stay indoors and get advice online. Only call NHS 111 if you cannot cope with your symptoms at home; your condition gets worse; or your symptoms do not get better after seven days. In parts of Wales where 111 isn't available, call NHS Direct on 0845 46 47. In Scotland, anyone with symptoms is advised to self-isolate for seven days. In Northern Ireland, call your GP.


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