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Archbishop of Canterbury Says Prince Williams Inspired Him to Get Mental Health Help

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What happened: In a Sunday Times editorial, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby credited Prince William’s mental health advocacy for his own decision to seek mental health help. “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,” Welby wrote. “It encouraged me to seek help when I was struggling, help which was effective.” The Frontlines: As Archbishop of Canterbury, Welby is the leader of the Church of England, which includes working with the royal family.

He is no stranger to mental health issues or disability, thanks to his personal experiences and his children. Welby has previously spoken about struggling with

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