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Prince Harry takes on military mental stigma

This week Prince Harry talked to a group of veterans about changing the conversation on mental health in the military. They spoke about the need to end the stigma and fear of judgement that stops members of the Armed Forces community reaching out for help. Leading a discussion with three veterans Prince Harry said, "we all have mental health in the same way that we all have physical health." "Our campaign, Heads Together, is encouraging people to be more open, without the fear of judgement, prejudice or stigma. It starts with a conversation either with a friend, family member or a colleague."

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