Psychologists have found people have different conflict management styles, from “sharks” to “owls”.
When the global press first reported on Prince Harry’s Spare, they were doing so from the Spanish translation – an expert explains the surprisingly significant impact this had on its interpretation.
A US Air Force professor of philosophy weighs in on Prince Harry’s decision to disclose his ‘body count’ from his service in Afghanistan.
The relationship between Princes William and Harry is fractured, and can be explained by what’s known as the ‘family systems’ theory. Repairing it will require the Royal Family to change.
When a person expresses racial bias, then that bias, conscious or not, is racism.
An expert in military decision-making explains the real-life consequences of war and the long-term psychological toll that endures.
Prince Harry’s long-awaited memoir tells a story of a troubled young man, traumatised by the death of his mother when he was just 12. And a man, closer to his 40s, who remains angry and anxious.
War is changing, but the laws that govern it stay the same.
How Prince Harry using a psychic to contact his dead mother, Princess Diana, isn’t that unusual.
Children and the adults they become need to choose how they grieve. That may include sharing their experiences and getting angry.
The drama around the revelations in Harry’s book are just the latest episode in the royal soap.
Racism aside, many of the difficulties they face are shared by all the royal families of Europe.
An expert in contemporary British monarchy analyses the first three episodes of Harry + Meghan, the headline-grabbing Netflix show from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Despite being non-working royals, the two members of the family remain counsellors of state for King Charles III.
Sharing administrative tasks and reminiscing on family moments can bring siblings together during tough times.
The UK is set to spend four days celebrating the very long monarchy of Queen Elizabeth II. But as the Platinum Jubilee is marked, why do so many Americans also fawn over the British royal family?
You might have heard of EMDR therapy recently after Prince Harry said he’s been using it.
The late Princess of Wales has become a vehicle for others to reflect their own feelings.
Reactions to the new figure embody the problems that come with recreating the images of modern icons
The famous psychologist would have sympathy for Harry and senior royals – and some recommendations for royal watchers.