“I don’t care if you’re 15 or 25, if people say things about you that aren’t true, what does that do to your mind and your emotional health? It is very damaging, ”said the Duchess of Sussex.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry participated in a podcast with the intention of raising awareness about World Mental Health Day. In ‘Therapy for Teens’, the Duchess of Sussex said she was “the most trolled person in the world in 2019.” Markle called it “almost insurmountable” to be constantly under a torrent of hateful comments.
In 2019, despite the fact that she was pregnant, Markle specified that she was the “most trolled person in the world, man or woman.” He said it is something so overwhelming that no one can imagine how it feels: “I don’t care if you are 15 or 25, if people say things about you that are not true, what does that do to your mind and emotional health? It is very harmful ”, he confessed.
Meghan also spoke about the impact that the online world has on real life and highlighted how, because of the coronavirus, many more people began to spend more time connected to the Internet. “Not just for the younger age kids, but for everyone, especially with covid. If you’re not in school, you spend more time on your devices or online, ”he said. According to the Duchess of Sussex, the Internet has its advantages: “It is a great way to connect, but it has its cons and ends up being a place where there is a lot of disconnection.”
Enrique also wanted to give some advice: “It is very easy to be absorbed and consumed by negativity”, but we all have “the possibility of eliminating that from our lives”.