Prince Harry His Problems and His Addictions

Topics: Drug addiction, Addiction, Heroin Pages: 2 (610 words) Published: November 13, 2009

Prince Harry and his brother were children when his mother died; maybe this is one of the reasons to feel without attention, because his father obviously to be in the royal does not have time to stay with them.

In addition Harry has to live with the pressure to know he going to be like his father in the future “in charge of England”, nevertheless it is not the only problem he has, because all the people in the world is watching him and paying attention about his behaviour.

Apart from all his complicated life, it is known Harry started smoking when he was 14, which is actually surpresing because of that age. As a matter of fact it is unbelievable but not at all, this kind of situations, since, mostly famous people have these habits.

Even if there could be other issues that individuals resort to Alcohol and Drug in order to escape from reality which maybe need to be given in a serious consideration.

It is important to say, Harry was studying in ETON, where he spent most of his time drinking and taking drugs with his partners, due to the loneliness which is felt when you are in a boarding school, until the day he said to his father what he was doing (smoking marijuana and drinking illegaly alcoholic beverages).

Accordingly, when all this happened, Prince Charles obligated him to visit a drug rehabilitation organisation, in that place he look around with a person who was in the recovery program from addiction to heroin, also he spoke with him and with people who lived there. Furtheremore acccording to the principal’s ETON Harry has been warned and in any moment it could be tested and if his examination proof show residues of drugs, he will be expulsed of the institution.

On the other hand years ago according to a student who was expulsed from ETON for use drugs and drug dealer talked about once he offered drugs to Harry’s brother (William) and immediatly he denied to use drugs in polite...
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